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What’s up today in the world of Miami Hurricanes news? Let’s dive in.
In basketball news, the Miami Hurricanes faced a tough loss against North Carolina over the weekend. You can check out the recap and reaction to the game. We also caught up with Jalil Bethea, a 5-star basketball signee from Archbishop Wood in Warminster, PA, to get an update on his season and outlook.
As spring ball approaches, we take a closer look at the biggest question marks on offense and defense for the Hurricanes. Cam Ward, the team’s newest quarterback, is already building a strong bond with his wide receivers and shares his thoughts on that.
In recruiting news, there are plenty of updates. C.J. May, a four-star EDGE from Highland Home, AL, initially committed to Notre Dame but has now opened up his recruitment, with the Miami Hurricanes showing interest. Sael Reyes, a four-star safety from DeSoto, TX, is narrowing down his list of programs and Miami is on his mind. Major Preston, a cornerback from IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL, has seen his recruitment stock rise and Miami is among the schools interested in him. Cooper Perry, a four-star receiver from Scottsdale, AZ, is still considering spring visits and Miami has made a good impression so far. Aaron Gregory, a four-star wide receiver from Douglasville, GA, is forming a bond with WR coach Kevin Beard. Aidan Anding, a defensive back from Ruston, LA, was pleasantly surprised when Miami offered him. Trajen Odom, a defensive lineman from Panther Creek in Cary, NC, is receiving interest from several programs, including Miami.
Stay tuned for any news that may come up throughout the day.
In today’s top headlines for the Miami Hurricanes: we discuss the biggest question mark on defense and offense. We also hear from former Notre Dame commit C.J. May, who talks about his early interest in Miami.
On the message board, a user named BigG04 raises an interesting question about whether two-and-a-half recruiting classes are enough to see major progress in a program.
The Miami Hurricanes quote of the day comes from C.J. May, who discusses his growing relationship with the Miami staff.
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