Miami football offensive early enrollees spring expectations

The Miami football program have eight early enrollees on offense with verying degrees of expectations this spring.

2023 FHSAA Class1M Football State: Clearwater Central Catholic Marauders v Chaminade-Madonna Lions
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Joshisa Trader. WR. Joshisa Trader. Joshisa Trader. 70. 834. WR . 6'1, 175 pounds. player.

Wide receiver Joshisa Trader is the highest-ranked 2024 Miami offensive signee. Trader is the 70th-ranked prospect nationally, the 14th WR and the 11th player in Florida in the 2024 class. Carr and Trader should push junior Isaiah Horton for first-team snaps at WR this spring.

Ny Carr. WR. 834. . . 5'11, 169 pounds. Ny Carr. Ny Carr. 98. player

Carr, Chance Robinson who will enroll later this year and Trader provide Miami with an excellent foundation at WR in the future. Carr should compete this spring for first-team snaps. Isaiah Horton, the projected third starting WR provides Miami with more size at 6'4 than the freshmen.

. Elijah Lofton. TE. Elijah Lofton. Elijah Lofton. 834. . 6'2, 220 pounds. 180. player

None of the TEs stood out for Miami in 2023. Lofton is projected as a hybrid h-back and TE. In his 247Sports scouting report of Lofton, Blair Angulo projects him as a multi-year Power Conference starter. Expect Lofton to be a contributor during the spring. Lofton could be a redshirt candidate in 2024 depending on his spring development.

OT. 834. . . player. 6'8.5, 340 pounds. Markel Bell. Markel Bell. Markel Bell. 16

Bell provides Miami with a massive prospect at tackle to depth on the offensive line. Miami returns starting tackles Francis Mauigoa and Jalen Rivers in 2024. Bell will compete with redshirt freshman Samson Okunlola for second-team snaps this spring. Bell is an intriguing player with the size he will provide Miami.