Miami Hurricanes Get Program Changing QB, Kevin Olsen Spurns SEC and Wisconsin
With a few successful seasons under their belt, Miami is once again a top destination for big-time high school football recruits.
Miami's reemergence as a real player in the recruiting world was evidenced by the commitment from 4-star quarterback prospect, Kevin Olsen, from Wayne Hills, N.J.
Olsen enters his senior year at Wayne Hills after throwing for more than 1,600 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior en route to winning the New Jersey State Football Championship.
Olsen ranks as the No. 5 Pro Style Quarterback in the class of 2013 with room for improvement still available. Olsen has a big arm, runs the pro-style offense with aplomb and has the smarts to succeed on the next level and beyond.
The New Jersey quarterback is the last of the top-five at the position to make a commitment, joining Max Brown, Shane Morris, Christian Hackenburg and Cooper Bateman.
Learn more about Olsen and what his commitment means for other schools left without his commitment.
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