Miami football moves 17 spots after Khamauri Rogers commitment

Dec 5, 2020; Durham, North Carolina, USA; Mandatory Credit: Nell Redmond-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 5, 2020; Durham, North Carolina, USA; Mandatory Credit: Nell Redmond-USA TODAY Sports /

Following the commitment of four-star cornerbacks Khamauri Rogers on Saturday, the 2022 Miami football recruiting class moved up from 69th to 52nd in the rankings. The Hurricanes ascension put them one spot ahead of Central Florida. Rogers is the third commit to the 2022 Miami recruiting class.

Four-star quarterback Jacurri Brown previously committed to Miami in March and three-star wide receiver Quan Lee pledged to the Hurricanes later this spring before the Rogers commitment Saturday. Miami has the highest-ranked class in 2022 that has only three commitments. Miami should gain more commits in the next few weeks.

The final weekend of June will conclude a busy month that Miami likely gained a lot of ground with 2022 recruits. Miami has had 23 players visit they began weekend visits June 4. The Hurricanes are scheduled to have six players visit next weekend. Those numbers are unofficial per 247 Sports and don’t include the June 1 and 2 cookout.

A dead period begins again on July 1. A few Miami football recruits are scheduled to make their commitments public in early July. The Hurricanes class will continue to rise as blue-chip (four and five-star recruits) commitments continue to pledge to Miami. Four of the six visitors next weekend are blue-chip prospects.

Commitments from Brown and Rogers should help the Hurricanes 2022 class. Brown is the foundation Miami can build their 2022 class around. The potential for Miami to lose four CBs to the 2022 NFL Draft could give Rogers a chance to play immediately as a freshman. Miami is likely to sign two to three CBs in the Class of 2022.

dark. Next. Miami will likely receive commitments from more blue-chip CBs

Brown, Lee and Rogers can help the Miami football staff recruit other players as the Hurricanes continue to solidify the 2022 recruiting class. Miami needs to continue to add more blue-chip players to upgrade the roster. The Hurricanes signed the 11th ranked Class in 2021. Miami should finish in the top again in 2022.