Three high Miami football prospects named Under Armour All-Americans

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Five-star defensive end Shemar Stewart and four-star defensive backs, safety Kamari Wilson and cornerback Khamauri Rogers who are highly sought after by the Miami football program were all named Under Armour All-Americans on Sunday. The troika will play in the Under Armour All-America Future 50 Camp.

The camp invited 50 of the top 2022 and 2023 prospects to take place on June 12 at IMG Academy in Bradenton. Players will participate in two on-field sessions at the camp with position drills occurring in the morning. The evening sessions will have seven on-sevens with a Big Man Challenge.

Stewart would be a critical commit for Miami. Stewart is the seventh-ranked player nationally, the second-ranked defensive lineman and top-ranked player in Florida in 2022. Wilson is 24th overall, the top-ranked safety and fifth in Florida. Rogers has rankings of 66th, eighth-best CB and second in Mississippi.

Stewart took unofficial visits with Miami during the cookouts on Tuesday and Wednesday in Coral Gables. Rogers is scheduled to take his official visit with Miami on June 18. Wilson does not yet have an official visit scheduled with the Miami football program. June is a critical recruiting month across college football.

Recruits are visiting with coaching staffs for the first time since March 2020 when COVID put a moratorium on recruiting. Being able to sign Under Armour All-Americans is a good look for the Miami football program. Guard Laurence Seymore and wide receiver Jacolby George were 2021 UA All-Americans who signed with Miami.

The Under Armour Future 50 Camp will be on ESPNU  at 8 p.m. ET on June 23. That will provide Hurricanes fans a good chance to scout Rogers, Stewart and Wilson. Rogers, Stewart and Wilson will all have very competitive recruitments. Quarterback Jacurri Brown and wide receiver Quan Lee are the only 2022 Miami commits.

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LSU currently leads for Stewart, Mississippi for Rogers and Georgia for Wilson. Miami signed one of the top two safeties nationally in each of the last two classes. Avantae Williams was the second-ranked safety in the 247 Sports consensus rankings in 2020 and James Williams was the top safety in 2021.