Miami football big recruiting weekend following Tuesday cookout

ALABASTER, ALABAMA - AUGUST 22. (Photo by Butch Dill/Getty Images)
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Malik Agbo 6’5.5, 320, four-star offensive tackle, Federal Way, Washington, Todd Beamer H.S.

Agbo will start a busy month with a visit to Miami beginning Friday. Visits to LSU and Oklahoma commence the following two weekends. The Tigers appear to lead for Agbo with the only crystal ball. Alabama, Oregon, Oregon State and Washington are also high on the list for Agbo. Continuing to talent on the offensive line is critical.

Agbo is the 270th ranked player, 29th ranked OT and sixth ranked player in Washington in 2022. Miami needs to continue adding blue chip players. Thirteen of the Hurricanes 20 signees in 2021 were blue chip players. Manny Diaz and his staff have done a great job improving the talent on the Hurricanes roster.

Jordan Allen 6-0, 182 three-star cornerback, Lafayette (Louisana) Christian Academy

Allen is the 472nd ranked player, 30th ranked CB and 24th ranked player in Louisiana in 2022. Georgia, Louisville, Mississippi, Penn State and Tennessee are also high on the list for Allen. Visits to the Cardinals, Nittany Lions and Volunteers will occur the subsquent weekends. Allen does not currently have a crystal ball.

Trequon Fegans 6-2, 181 four-star cornerback, Oxford, Alabama, High School

Fegans would be a huge addition to a Miami secondary that could have a lot of transition in 2022. The top four Hurricanes 2021 CBs will be eligible for the 2022 NFL Draft. Fegans is the 75th ranked player, ninth ranked CB and fourth ranked player in Alabama in 2022. Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina are high on Fegans list.