Miami football trending for three-star CB Nick Cull

CHAPEL HILL, NC - NOVEMBER 14: (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
CHAPEL HILL, NC - NOVEMBER 14: (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /

Three-star cornerback Nick Cull is trending towards the Miami football program. Cull has had four crystal balls logged for Miami in the last two days. Cull is the 371st ranked player, 34th ranked CB and 36th in Georgia for 2022. Alabama, Auburn, Florida State and Mississippi are also high on Cull’s list.

Prior to taking his official visit to Miami this past weekend, Cull visited South Carolina the weekend of June 11. Earlier this month Cull took unofficial visits to Florida and South Carolina. Cull also attended a camp at Alabama. There have been varying reports about when Cull will make a commitment public.

Some have stated early July or before the start of the season. TheState.Com in South Carolina reported Cull informed them he will not make a decision until the fall. Out of Donalsonville, Georgia, North of Tallahassee, Cull would be another signee out of the Peach State for the Miami football program.

Miami has six players on its roster who played high school football in Georgia. Cull would be able to learn from Isaiah Dunson who is from Tucker, Georgia entering his second season with the Hurricanes. Miami has one CB in the Class of 2022. Four-star CB Khamauri Rogers committed to the Hurricanes over the weekend.

Cornerback will be a position of need for Miami entering the 2022 season. The Hurricanes could lose as many as four CBs following the 2021 season. Al Blades Jr., Te’Cory Couch, D.J. Ivey and Georgia transfer Tyrique Stevenson will all be eligible for the 2022 NFL Draft. They will all have decisions to make after the 2021 season.

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Miami has offers out to 28 CBs in the Class of 2022.  Four-stars, athlete Chris Graves and Jacolby Spells from American Heritage in Fort Lauderdale are the Miami football prospects to watch. Graves and Spells both have crystal balls that project them to the Hurricanes. The 2022 Miami class is beginning to take shape.