Stacy Coley, courtesy of 247sports.com
Standish Dobard, TE
High School: Edna Karr High School (New Orleans, LA)
Breakdown: Standish Dobard is one of the best tight end prospects in the country (No. 4 according to ESPN) that possesses great hands and solid speed.
Dobard is not afraid to take a hit and provides more depth to a loaded position. The only thing I question is how much playing time he will get this season. There are already five tight ends on the roster not including the three from the 2013 class.
*Note: Dobard enrolled at Miami on Jan. 21.
Beau Sandland, TE
Junior College: Pierce College (Los Angeles, CA)
Breakdown: When I look at tape of all the players coming to Miami, no one has been more impressive than junior college-transfer Beau Sandland. I understand that he wasn't playing against the best competition at Pierce College, but he has the skills and athleticism to be the next Jeremy Shockey.
Sandland has amazing hands, is very strong and has a knack for breaking tackles. Even though there are five current tight ends on the current Cane roster, I honestly believe he will compete with Clive Walford right off the bat for a starting position.
*Note: Sandland enrolled at Miami on Jan. 25.
Ryheem Lockley, WR (athlete)
Junior College: Middlesex High School (Salude, VA)
Breakdown: Ryheem Lockley is a little bit of an unknown. The 6'4" 215 is considered an athlete according to 247sports.com but will most likely be used as tight end or wide receiver for the Canes'. He possesses great athleticism along with his size and could be the deep threat the Hurricanes have been looking for since Tommy Streeter.
Stacy Coley, WR
School: Oakland Park Northeast (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
Breakdown: Stacy Coley is one of the biggest pickups for the Hurricanes on national signing day. Coley is a 4-star recruit that will bring amazing talent to Miami. Although he won't be the fastest receiver on the team, Coley brings great route-running skill and amazing hands.
In all honesty I was not 100 percent sure on why there were so many wide receiver and tight end recruits because Miami has a roster full of terrific players already. I had thought the Hurricanes would try more for defensive linemen, but it turns out that this bunch will give Miami some terrific depth.
Especially with the signing Stacy Coley. Coley is a tremendous athlete that will compete for playing time this upcoming season.