Various Miami football commits and prospects will make their college destinations official on Early National Signing Day on Wednesday when they sign National Letters of Intent. Signing a National Letter of Intent has become an event for every one of these players and on the whole the nation over.
The National Letters of Intent used to come using fax early in the morning. An email has become the favored technique for making their college destinations official. Numerous players make their choice official by signing their LOIs before TV cameras that are broadcast nationally. A few Miami football recruits will sign live.
Four-star linebacker Wesley Bissainthe who focused on Miami on Saturday will sign his National Letter of Intent with the Hurricanes at 9:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday. Four-star cornerback Khamauri Rogers with make his LOI official by signing with Miami at 11:00 a.m. ET from his home in Lexington, Mississippi.
Rogers is as of now the top-rated commit to Miami for 2022. Miami additionally commits four-star CB Chris Graves. Graves and Rogers provide Miami with a splendid future in the secondary. Graves will sign live from Bishop Verot secondary school in Fort Myers at 11:30 AM ET as per his Twitter account on Monday.
Graves played in secondary school with current Miami CB Malik Curtis. Isaiah Horton could be the only WR who has been committed to Miami for an extended timeframe to sign with the Hurricanes on Wednesday. Miami lost commit WR Landon Ibieta who turned to LSU on Tuesday night.
Four-star Markeith Williams adds to a deep security corps getting back to Miami next season. Rookies Kamren Kinchens, Avantae Williams and James Williams played widely and dominated for Miami this season. Markeith Williams who is no relation to Avantae and James is the 286th ranked player and 25th safety in 2022.
Every one of the previously referenced players is at present committed to Miami. Four-star defensive end Nyjalik Kelly is as of now uncertain. Kelly is relied upon to sign with Miami when he makes his college destination on Wednesday at 2:00 PM ET. Miami has shut rapidly on Kelly since Mario Cristobal was recruited a week ago.
The commitment from four-star QB Jacurri Brown adds to a generally strong unit of signal-callers for Miami later on entering 2022. Tyler Van Dyke had a breakout season as a second-year rookie in 2021. Jake Garcia looked encouraging before getting injured in September and has four seasons of eligibility remaining.
The competition behind Van Dyke to be his backup in 2022 should contrast with Garcia and Van Dyke dueling during spring practice while D’Eriq King was recuperating from a torn ACL. Miami could lose either Brown or Garcia in the coming years. For the present, the Miami football program is pretty much as profound as it has been at QB in numerous years.
Cristobal made a fevered pitch to four-star CB Earl Little Jr. who is declaring his college destination at 4:00 PM ET on Wednesday. Miami is in the mix with Alabama who is the restrictive favorite and Florida State to sign Little who is a Miami legacy. Earl Little Sr. played for Miami during the 1990s when Cristobal was a graduate assistant.
Miami has been recruiting four-star offensive tackle Malik Agbo of Federal Way, Washington under both Manny Diaz and in the eight-day residency of Mario Cristobal. Agbo named Miami a finalist with Auburn, Oklahoma, and Texas. The Longhorns are the restrictive favorite to procure the National Letter of Intent from Agbo.
Carswell will sign his National Letters of Intent on Wednesday. Carswell had reconsidered his decisions with the Hurricanes coaching change. The 6’7, 275 OL will decide between Miami and Mississippi. A few other Miami prospects will sign at a later date. Some of those will sign in the Early National Signing Day window this week.
Other Miami prospects are delaying until traditional NSD in February. Tight end Jaleel Skinner who is committed to Alabama is a name to watch this week. Five-star defensive end Shemar Stewart will sign in February. Stewart would be a tremendous signee for Miami and could vault the class into the top 25 with other highly rated signees.