Miami Hurricanes News: FB close to adding transfers, bats beat FAU

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 /

Former Oklahoma cornerback Jaden Davis and Florida wide receiver Xzavier Henderson visited the Miami Hurricanes football program on Tuesday per multiple reports. The Miami baseball team avenged a heartbreaking 7-6 loss versus Florida Atlantic last week with a 12-9 win over the Owls on Tuesday in Coral Gables.

Davis would add needed CB depth through the transfer portal and Henderson would be a huge addition to Miami at WR. Both transfers would compete to be starters. Miami significantly needs size at outside WR. Davis and Henderson have been productive players that would help upgrade the Miami Hurricanes roster.

The Miami Hurricanees baseball team bashed their way to a 12-4 lead after four innings. Miami had home runs from C.J. Kayfus and Yohandy Morales with two and Zach Levenson and Blake Cyr with one each in the victory. Morales had five RBIs and Kayfus three. Miami used eight pitchers with Ronaldo Gallo earning the win.

Kyle Tucker of The Athletic quoted Miami Hurricanes basketball coach Jim Larranaga directly about how Name, Image and Likeness affects recruiting. Larranaga wants more transparency in what players are being paid in NIL. The privacy in what players are being paid is resulting in recruits being misled regarding NIL.

Brad Crawford of 247 Sports named Miami Hurricanes guard Javion Cohen one of “College football transfer portal’s 10 biggest moves during 2023 offseason.” Cohen is projected to be a starter for Miami on a completely new offensive line. Miami also brought in center Matthew Lee from Central Florida. Crawford stated:

"“The word after spring practice: As a two-year starter at Alabama, Cohen joins the Hurricanes with intentions to win big at a program in transition under second-year coach Mario Cristobal. He was asked this spring how Miami’s room compares to what he saw talent-wise with the Crimson Tide.“It is not far off…We have a lot to grow together and I say that because the last starting five I was a part of, we had chemistry. We are still building chemistry here, but we have a lot of talent…I don’t think the talent is far off. Once we get together and get the chemistry right, it will be on point.”"

dark. Next. Jaden Davis and Xzavier Henderson potential key UM transfers

Some reports came out on Tuesday that implied Miami is expected to receive commitments from Davis, Henderson and an unnamed defensive tackle through the transfer portal. The spring transfer portal window will close this weekend. Players should start committing to new schools as the calendar turns to May.