Miami Hurricanes News: Scrimmage analysis, 3-star OT commitment

Oct 15, 2022; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 15, 2022; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports /

Analysis continued on Sunday from multiple Miami Hurricanes sites after the scrimmage at Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday. Miami received a commitment on Sunday from three-star, 6’6 and 276-pound offensive tackle Kavion Broussard. Brian Smith of All Hurricanes compared the Miami recruiting class to Florida and FSU.

Broussard is the 615th ranked prospect, 48th OT and 18th recruit in Louisiana out of Zachary in the 2024 247 Sports composite rankings. Broussard is the third OT and fourth offensive lineman committed to Miami in the 2024 class. Miami previously received commitments from Juan Minaya, Deryc Plazz and Nino Francavilla.

David Lake of Inside the U profiled Five players to watch after the first scrimmage of fall camp.” Running backs Ajay Allen and Mark Fletcher, wide receiver Breshard Smith, cornerback Damari Brown and defensive back James Williams are the players to watch proclaimed by Lake. Could Williams be passed as a starting safety?

Canes County Publisher Marcus Benjamin wrote about Stock Up/Stock Down: Miami football after two weeks of fall camp.” Benjamin kept his list positive with eight Miami players trending up and four down. Allen, Brown and Fletcher were among those praised by Benjamin as well as Lake.

Smith looked at the recent commitments to Miami

except for Broussard who committed after the article was published. Miami has the most commitments from Florida with 11, Florida State has 10 and Florida, seven. Smith also highlighted the prospects down the stretch who could determine the best classes in Florida.

The College Football News published theAP College Football Poll, Rankings: Greatest Programs Of All-Time.” CFN used a criterion of taking every final poll from 1935 through the president.  The Miami Hurricanes received 534 points and remained 16th all-time based on the final poll of the season.

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Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports wrote about “Playoff composition, revenue sharing, NCAA influence up for grabs as college football’s power structure shifts” and how the demise of the Pac 12 will impact the sport. Dodd examined where the ACC and Big XII will compare to the Big 10 and SEC in the new power structure.