Miami Hurricanes News: More Texas AM reaction, new commit

Sep 9, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 9, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports /

The Miami Hurricanes football team earned its first ranking of the 2023 season. Miami is 22nd in the Associated Press Poll and 23rd in the USA Today Coaches Poll. Gaby Urrutia of Inside the U wrote that 2025 Top247 WR Waden Charles commits to Miami.” Miami sites had more reaction after the win over Texas A&M.

The Miami football team is 22nd in the AP Poll receiving 230 points. Miami is 23rd in the USA Today Coaches poll with 191 points. The Hurricanes are fourth among ACC teams in the AP Poll and fifth in the Coaches Poll. Clemson is amazingly not ranked in the AP Top 25 entering week three.

Charles is the second commit to the 2025 Miami class. Three-star quarterback Luke Nickel committed nearly a month ago. Miami currently holds the 15th-ranked 2025 class. Charles is the 230th ranked prospect, 13th athlete and 33rd player in Florida out of Palm Beach Central in the 247 Sports composite rankings.

Inside the U had extensive analysis on the impact new offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson has had, the performance of the cornerbacks on Saturday versus Texas A&M and the top 10 performing players according to Pro Football Focus led by quarterback Tyler Van Dyke.

All Hurricanes wrote “What Went Right, Wrong, And Expected In Miami’s Upset Over The Aggies” and that “Miami Hurricanes Passing Game ‘Annihilates’ Texas A&M Aggies.” Miami had multiple milestones as Van Dyke and receivers Jacolby George and Xavier Restrepo all set personal highs on Saturday.

Steve Kraning of Rivals did a Video: Film Review (of) Miami WR Commit Waden Charles.” Kraning examined Charles’ frame, explosion, (ability as a) playmaker and (his) catch radius. Speaking of Charles’ frame Kraning said “At 6’2″ and 181 pounds, he is built like your prototypical outside threat.”

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Zach McKinnell of Athlon Sports wrote, Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher accuses Miami of simulating snap counts.” Fisher accused the Miami defense of clapping to simulate the snap count on the two-point conversion with Miami leading 31-26. Texas A&M failed to convert following a poor snap and lost 48-33.