Tyrique Stevenson is highest ranked Miami Hurricanes transfer DB

Nov 16, 2019; Auburn, AL, USA;. Mandatory Credit: John Reed-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 16, 2019; Auburn, AL, USA;. Mandatory Credit: John Reed-USA TODAY Sports /
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Bolden announced his return for his third season at Miami in 2021 earlier this month. The 6-3, 200 Bolden graded out at .9500 as a transfer to Miami in January.


was graded 0.9720, was 59th ranked overall, seventh-ranked safety and third-ranked player in Nevada in the Class of 2017.

Bolden played in only five games in his debut season in Miami in 2019 with 11 tackles before being sidelined for the remainder of the season with a knee injury.

Bolden had a breakout season in 2020 for Miami. As a redshirt junior, Bolden had 74 tackles, 6.5 TFLs, one sack, one interception, three pass breakups and four forced fumbles.

Bolden also blocked two field goals against Clemson. Having Bolden and Stevenson in the same secondary gives Miami elite talent. Stevenson graded out at 0.9831 out of high school and was 37th ranked player, third-ranked CB and fourth-ranked player in Florida in the Class of 2019.

Stevenson was reportedly close to signing with Miami out of high school. Early National Signing Day in December 2018 occurred during the 18 day window that Diaz left to become the head coach at Temple. Mark Richt resigned on December 30 and Diaz was hired to replaced him.

Next. Miami continues adding blue chip transfers with CB Tyrique Stevenson. dark

Stevenson had already signed with Georgia. In two seasons with the Bulldogs Stevenson recorded 47 tackles, two tackles, one assist and 10 pass breakups. Stevenson had 34 tackles and tied for the team lead with five pass breakups in 2020. Stevenson is expected to be granted immediate eligibilty.