The Miami Hurricanes football team has 14 prospects visiting for what some have called the biggest weekend hosting recruits in their history. Chip Patterson of CBS Sports named Miami guard Javion Cohen as one of their “instant-impact players for 2023 season.” Could the Miami basketball team add another transfer?
The Miami Hurricanes weekend hosting 14 prospects for official visits includes Five-star recruits, cornerback Ellis Robinson IV, edge rushers Colin Simmons and Dylan Stewart and defensive lineman David Stone. Robinson IV is committed to Georgia. Gaining a commitment from any of those four would be foundational.
Patterson mentioned Cohen as part of a reworked Miami Hurricanes offensive line with center Matt Lee. Cohen is the 10th highest rated 2023 transfer. Patterson focused on Cohen and Lee anchoring the OL with the hope better protection will lead to more production from quarterback Tyler Van Dyke,
Patterson also pointed out that Miami added: “top-100 transfers Francisco Mauigoa from Washington State, defensive lineman Branson Deen from Purdue and cornerback Davonte Brown from UCF.” Mauigoa is projected to start at middle linebacker and Brown should compete to be a starter with Deen adding depth.
Isaiah Trotter of 247 Sports listed the Miami Hurricanes basketball program as one of several that would be a good fit for Rutgers transfer Paul Mulcahy. Trotter mentions that Miami has three scholarships open. Mulcahy would add depth and experience behind the projected starting five that seems locked in.
Adam Gorney of Rivals previewed the weekend visits of Stewart and Stone to Miami and five-star wide receiver Joshisa Trader to Florida State this weekend. Gorney stated the recruitment of Stewart is wide open, Miami is pushing Oklahoma for Stone and Trader is weighing multiple options on where he will matriculate.
Steve Samra of On3 published the list of QBs attending the Manning Passing Academy that includes Van Dyke among about 30 signal callers. Several other ACC QBs are attending including Drake Maye of North Carolina and Jordan Travis of Florida State. The MPA will be held at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana.