Miami Hurricanes News: FB resumes practice, July recruiting shines

Aug 24, 2019; Orlando, FL, USA; Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
Aug 24, 2019; Orlando, FL, USA; Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports /

After a day off on Thursday, the Miami Hurricanes football team resumes practice on Friday. Adam Gorney the National Recruiting Director named Miami as one of the “10 programs that stood out in July” in recruiting. The Miami basketball game will play the first of two games in Paris on Friday afternoon Eastern time.

Head coach Mario Cristobal and six players made available to the media had videos posted to the official Miami Hurricanes All Access YouTube page on Tuesday and Wednesday. Players discussed the newcomers to Miami and adapting to new offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson and defensive coordinator Lance Guidry.

Expect more of the same on Friday. The continued installs of Dawson’s and Guidry’s systems and how well the Miami players adapt will be a frequent theme throughout training camp. The response from Miami players has been positive learning from Dawson and Guidry through the first two practices.

Gorney praised the four commitments the Miami Hurricanes received in July. Gorney particularly stated that the commitment from five-star wide receiver Joshisa Trader was “absolutely huge.” Four-star defensive end Marquis Lightfoot was also singled out as a key commitment for Miami from Gorney.

The Miami basketball team will play in Paris at noon ET on Friday and 11:00 AM on Saturday versus Parisian Select per Christopher Stock of Inside the U. Miami will play its third game of the trip on August 10 at Noon ET in Nice versus AC Golfe Juan. Miami has three freshmen and transfer Matthew Cleveland new to the roster.

Canes County publisher Marcus Benjamin wrote about Brothers Damari and Davonte share thoughts of playing together at Miami.” Damari is a freshman and Davonte transferred from Central Florida during the offseason. The Browns provide Miami with length at cornerback and Davonte is a projected starter.

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Alex Donno of Locked on Canes and All Hurricanes shared that The competition levels are rising at Greentree and…shares his biggest takeaways” on his Thursday episode and the companion article. Miami is expected to have more depth and talent on its 2023 roster thanks to the seventh-ranked recruiting and transfer classes.