Miami football 2022 class loses late flips OT Falentha Carswell and WR Landon Ibieta

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The Miami football 2022 recruiting class lost offensive tackle Falentha Carswell and wide receiver Landon Ibieta with Early National Signing Day on Wednesday. Carswell flipped during Early Nationa Signing Day on Wednesday when his National Letter of Intent was signed with the Rebels.

Ibieta flipped on the eve of Early National Signing Day when he tweeted he was committed to LSU on Tuesday night. Miami has had a commitment from Ibieta since June. As it stands on Wednesday morning, the 2022 Miami recruiting class dropped to 78th nationally when Carswell flipped to Mississippi.

The Hurricanes are expected to receive a LOI from four-star defensive end Nyjalik Kelly on Early National Signing Day. A LOI from Kelly would move the 2022 Miami signing class to 63rd ahead of ACC rival Louisville. Head coach Mario Cristobal and his staff are expected to have some more surprises as Early NSD evolves.

Cristobal and the Miami staff are significantly behind the plan his predecessor Manny Diaz had planned on using the transfer portal significantly for the Class of 2022. Miami is still expected to add as many transfers as possible to accentuate the 2022 Class. Carswell’s flip left Miami with six players in the Class of 2022.

Kelly is the expected seventh member of the 2022 Miami class. The Miami football program should have more than seven as the class evolves. The Hurricanes are also pursuing four-star wide receiver Kevin Coleman from St. Louis and a few other high-end prospects that Cristobal was recruiting at Oregon.

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Miami is projected to be back in the hunt for five-star defensive end Shemar Stewart who is projected to sign with Texas A&M. The Hurricanes trended for Stewart early. The loss of Carswell leaves Miami without an offensive lineman in the Class of 2022. Cristobal and his staff have a lot of work to do for the 2022 Class.