Miami football 2021 class almost fully enrolled Sunday

Three-star 2021 wide receiver Romello Brinson with FSU WR coach Ron Dugans at Florida State's Saturday Night Live recruiting eventImg 1901
Three-star 2021 wide receiver Romello Brinson with FSU WR coach Ron Dugans at Florida State's Saturday Night Live recruiting eventImg 1901 /

The 2021 Miami football signees will be almost fully enrolled on Sunday. Eleven remaining signees who were not early enrollees will move into their dorm rooms on Sunday and begin classes on Monday according to Inside the U and the Miami Herald. Among the enrollees are five-star signees, Leonard Taylor and James Williams.

Taylor is the top-ranked defensive tackle, 10th ranked player nationally and the third-ranked player in Florida in the Class of 2021. Williams is the top-ranked safety, 14th nationally and fourth in Florida for 2021. Taylor and Williams should both compete to be in the rotation on defense for Miami in 2021.

Other Miami signees set to enroll on Sunday are Kahlil Brantley, Romello Brinson, Thad Franklin, Jacolby George, Allan Haye, Jabari Ishmael, Ryan Rodriguez,  Laurence Seymore and Brashard Smith. Only athlete Malik Curtis who is projected to be a cornerback for Miami and running back Cody Brown will not enroll Sunday.

Brown will join the Miami football program after being released from his National Letter of Intent with Tennessee after the Volunteers fired head coach Jeremy Pruitt. Brown and Franklin add depth at RB behind returnees Don Chaney Jr., Cam’Ron Harris and Jaylan Knighton. Brown and Franklin add size for Miami at RB.

Brown is 6’0, 217 pounds, Franklin, 6’0 225. Harris is the biggest of the returning scholarship RBs for Miami at 5’10, 210 pounds. Brown and Franklin join 2020 signees Chaney and Knighton to give Miami and mostly young RB group. Harris returns battling Chaney and Knighton to begin his second season as a starter.

Taylor, Williams, Brinson, George and Seymore are five of the top six signees in the Class of 2022. Early enrollee, quarterback Jake Garcia is the highest-ranked signee on the Miami offense in the Class of 2022. Only Taylor and Williams are ranked ahead of Garcia. The infusion of talent will create a competitive August training camp.

Miami finished with the 11th ranked 2021 signing class. The Hurricanes were one of only six programs that signed multiple give-star players. The other six were perennial recruiting powerhouses Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, LSU and Ohio State. All five of those teams have recently played for a National Championship.

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Miami signed the top-ranked class in Florida, one spot ahead of the Gators and the second-best class in the ACC behind Clemson. Miami only has a commitment from four-star quarterback Jacurri Brown in the Class of 2022. Hurricanes head coach Manny Diaz said to expect a manic June when players can take official visits.