Miami football in good place for 2022 linebackers

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In addition to Miami, Penn State and West Virginia, Bissanthe is also strongly considering Florida State. Bissanthe does not have any crystal balls projecting who he will commit to. Bissanthe is a versatile LB who will need to get in the Miami strength and conditioning program to add to his 6’1, 200-pound frame.

Miami, Arizona State, Notre Dame and Oklahoma are listed as warm for four-star LB Devon Jackson. Jackson appears to be leaning towards the Sun Devils with all four crystal balls projected for them. Jackson is the 158th ranked player, 14th ranked OLB and second-ranked player in Nebraska in 2021.

Ish Harris is the 357th ranked player, 27th ranked OLB and 52nd ranked player graded as four-stars from Pivot Point, Texas outside of Dallas. In addition to Miami; Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M top Harris’ list of programs. Harris has visits to Oklahoma and Texas A&M scheduled for June, but none to Miami yet.

Next. Two 2022 DTs strongly considering Miami. dark

Three-stars, Omar Graham from Fort Lauderdale and Devin Smith from Orange Park, Oak Leaf, the same high school that produced former Miami four-year starting LB Shaq Quarterman are the final two LBs considering Miami. With seven strongly considering Miami, expect the Hurricanes to sign at least two.