The Miami Hurricanes are bringing in at least 25 new players during the 2014 recruiting cycle, and more than 60 percent are set to make it official on national signing day.
Fortunately for Al Golden, he and his coaching staff have already been able to officially get nine prospects to the school, including Kc McDermott, Joseph Yearby and Darrion Owens.
Waiting to sign, however, are key recruits like Chad Thomas, Brad Kaaya and Kiy Hester, and other programs are using the final days as a last-ditch effort to sway the high schoolers.
Currently, 16 committed players are eagerly awaiting 7:00 a.m. ET on Feb. 5 to send in their papers, but will Miami be the recipient of each letter of intent?
The Hurricanes do not hold verbal commitments from any running backs. Joseph Yearby, the only addition, is an early enrollee. This piece will also serve as a complete update for those verbal pledges, highlighting if and where said prospects are taking official visits.