Miami football big weekend for offensive skill position visits

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After a productive first week of recruiting in June that began with cookouts on the 1 and 2, the Miami football program has a busy weekend beginning on Friday. Miami will welcome key 2022 skill position recruits this weekend for official visits. The Miami football program  Paradise Camp is on the weekend of June 25.

Head coach Manny Diaz has frequently stated that he believes Miami has an advantage when the Hurricanes get recruits on campus. Diaz and his predecessor Mark Richt have frequently referred to Coral Gables and Miami as Paradise. Paradise Camp has become a recent staple of summer before being canceled in 2020.

This weekend four-star quarterback Jacurri Brown who committed to Miami in March will lead the group of 10 visiting Coral Gables. Three-star wide receiver Quan Lee who is the Hurricanes’ other 2022 commit will also take his official visit with Miami this weekend. Three-star WR Isaiah Bond,  Florida commit will also visit this weekend.

The other seven players visiting the Miami football program this weekend are uncommitted. Several important targets for the Hurricanes will be in Coral Gables this weekend. The offensive line and wide receiver will be represented the most this weekend. Miami could lose multiple players at both positions after 2021.

All five Miami 2021 starting offensive linemen and a few primary backups will be eligible for the 2022 NFL Draft. Wide receiver Mike Harley is entering his final season. Oklahoma transfer Charleston Rambo who will likely start is also likely gone to the NFL after this season. Three other Miami WRs are eligible for the 2022 NFL Draft.