9 Miami football 2022 transfers committed after spring semester began

Oct 22, 2022; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 22, 2022; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports /

Nine of the 12 2022 transfers signed by the Miami football program committed to the Hurricanes after the beginning of the spring semester on January 18. Defensive lineman Jacob Lichtenstein, wide receiver Frank Ladson and running back Henry Parrish were the only 2022 transfers to commit to Miami before the semester began.

The remaining nine 2022 Miami football transfers committed to the Hurricanes between cornerback Darryl Porter Jr. at the end of February and junior college wide receiver Colbie Young in June. Miami currently has six transfers committed to the 2023 roster. Miami is far from finished adding 2023 transfers.

Miami is hosting USC transfer WR Gary Bryant and Oregon tight end Cam McCormick this weekend per Gaby Urrutia of Inside the U. Miami head coach Mario Cristobal coached in the Pac 12 during the first two seasons that Bryant was at USC and coached McCormick during his injury-plagued career at Oregon.

McCormick had two receptions for 14 yards during the four seasons Cristobal was the head coach at Oregon. McCormick missed almost the entire 2018 through 2020 seasons with injuries. The 2023 season will be the eighth in college football for McCormick. Expect Miami to continue hosting potential transfers.

Miami football 2022 transfer class ranking

Miami football 2022 transfers commitment dates

  • Jacob Lichtenstein 6-5, 270 defensive lineman, USC, December 17, 2021
  • Frank Ladson 6’3, 205 wide receiver, Clemson, January 15
  • Henry Parrish, 5’10, 190 running back, Mississippi, January 16
  • Antonio Moultrie, 6’4, 265, DL, UAB, January 24
  • Logan Sagopolu, 6’2, 340, offensive lineman Oregon, January 26
  • Darryl Porter Jr., 5’10, 185, cornerback, West Virginia, February 24
  • Mitchell Agude, 6’4, 245, edge rusher, UCLA, March 25
  • Jonathan Denis, 6’3, 296, interior OL, Oregon, April 10
  • Akheem Mesidor 6’2, 272, DL, West Virginia, April 20
  • Caleb Johnson, 6’0, 235, linebacker, UCLA, April 22
  • Darrell Jackson, 6’6, 300, defensive tackle, Maryland, April 26
  • Colbie Young, WR, 6’4, 220, WR, Lackawanna Community College, June 27

The current window for players to enter the transfer portal ends on January 18. After spring practice a second transfer window will open from May 1-15. With depth charts beginning to solidify after spring practice concludes many players enter the transfer portal. Miami will have another opportunity to add transfers.

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During his Early National Signing Day press conference, Miami head coach Mario Cristobal stated the Hurricanes were still looking for transfer DTs and WRs. Miami has received commitments from DTs Thomas Gore from Georgia State and Branson Deen from Purdue. The Hurricanes are still looking to add a transfer WR.