Miami football late 2022 blue chip Paradise Camp additions important for recruiting

Oct 26, 2019; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 26, 2019; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports /

The late additions of four-star 2022 prospects linebacker Wesley Bissainthe, edge rusher Marvin Jones Jr. and safety Earl Little are important for the Miami recruiting class. Bissainthe is projected to sign with the Miami football program, Little has most of his crystal balls from 247 Sports to Alabama and Jones is not trending currently.

Bissainthe, Jones and Little will join 2022 five-star defensive end Shemar Stewart at Paradise Camp on Saturday. Bringing in four local blue-chip stars could potentially have a positive impact on the Hurricanes 2022 recruiting class even if all four do not sign. Gaining commitments from Bissainthe and Stewart would be huge boosts.

Stewart is also currently projected to commit to the Miami football program. Bissainthe returning home to attend Paradise Camp after visiting Florida State on Saturday is a good sign. Paradise Camp is the fourth visit to Coral Gables in June for Bissainthe and Stewart. Jones and Little are taking their second visits to Miami.

Only Jones has taken an official visit to Miami. As local players, all four prospects can visit the Coral Gables campus frequently. Little has taken his five official visits to USC, Alabama, Florida, Florida State and LSU. Jones has officially visited Ohio State, Oklahoma, Alabama and Florida State where his father was a star in the 1990s.

In addition to Miami, Bissainthe has taken official visits to Penn State and West Virginia. Stewart has only taken an official visit to LSU where he was previously projected but has visited multiple schools unofficially on his own. This is the last weekend players can take official visits before another dead period begins July 1.

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With Jones’ preference for college currently unknown and Little leaning towards Alabama, commitments from Bissainthe and Stewart would be significant to the 2022 Miami recruiting class. Miami would improve from the 54th ranked class in 2022 to 33rd if Bissaithe and Stewart commit to the Hurricanes.