Miami Hurricanes LB Bradley Jennings brother Branden de-commits from FSU

CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 02:. (Photo by Mike Comer/Getty Images)
CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 02:. (Photo by Mike Comer/Getty Images) /

Four-star 2021 linebacker Braden Jennings, the brother of Miami Hurricanes starting middle LB Bradley Jr. de-committed from Florida State on Monday.

Braden Jennings a four-star linebacker in the Class of 2021 and the brother of Miami Hurricanes middle LB Bradley Jennings Jr. de-committed from Florida State on Monday. Branden stated he had planned on taking a few visits over the summer and he wants to make the right decision on where he chooses to play in college.

Jennings is 81st ranked player nationally, the sixth-ranked outside LB and 13th ranked player in Florida in the Class of 2021. Jennings has attended Miami games with his family to watch Bradley Jr. play. Branden is a legacy at both Florida State and Miami. Bradley Sr. played at Florida State from 1997-2001.

Bradley Sr. won a national championship with the Seminoles in 1999. Through four games in 2020, Branden Jennings has 37 tackles, three tackles for loss, three sacks and one quarterback hurry. Branden is 6’3.5 225 pounds. Bradley Jr. is 6’1 225 pounds. Miami currently has three LBs committed for 2021.

Tyler Johnson from Miami Killian High School is the only outside LB committed to Miami for 2021. Thomas Davis from Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Georgia and Deshawn Troutman from Orlando Edgewater are inside LBs. All three commits are three-star prospects. Davis is expected to be an edge rusher for Miami.

Miami currently has the 10th ranked recruiting class for 2021. The Hurricanes have five-star commits, defensive tackle Leonard Taylor and athlete James Williams who is expected to play striker, 10 four-star commits and 10 three-star commits. Jennings would be the third-highest ranked commit to Miami for 2021.

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Florida State currently holds the 25th ranked recruiting class for 2021. Prior to the loss of Jennings, the Seminoles ranked 18th for 2021. Miami currently holds the second-ranked in the ACC behind Clemson who is fourth nationally. Florida State has the fourth-best class in the ACC behind Clemson, Miami and North Carolina.