Re-Evaluating Miami's 2011 Recruiting Class

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Re-Evaluating Miami's 2011 Recruiting Class
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Anthony Chickillo and Denzel Perryman were immediately impactful at Miami, but how has the rest of the 2011 unit fared?

Headlined by 5-star Anthony Chickillo, the Miami Hurricanes brought in a 20-man recruiting class during the 2011 cycle. According to 247Sports, the 'Canes' haul was the No. 33 group in the nation, and it was sixth in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

As the majority of signees become seniors, how have they fared while continuing their football careers at Miami—or even elsewhere?

While re-evaluating the overall unit, remember Al Golden was hired as head coach in mid-December, leaving the ex-Temple coach less than two months to retain current commits and convince others to join.

Prospects who slipped away will be mentioned when pertinent, but focusing on whether or not Golden and his staff developed their players is more important.

Note: All rankings courtesy of 247Sports Composite. Players will be classified into playing position at Miami, not as recruited.

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