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WHAT’S UP TODAY

First up this morning in your Miami Hurricanes news?

As you look at college football hires following head coach firings/departures … well, logically it stands to reason that the new coach is taking over a not-great roster (hence the prior coach getting fired), and that if the new coach is going to succeed you’ll see an upward trend in wins over his first three or four years. We take a closer look at how that relates to Mario Cristobal entering Year 3 at Miami, so don’t miss that analysis.

There’s also our continuing analysis of the top 50 roster players, giving insight onto this team’s talent level and depth. Check out our closer look at No. 32, CB D’yoni Hill.

In recruiting?

A huge visit weekend is upcoming, and this morning we have a preview with one of the key visitors – Jacksonville (Fla.) Duncan U. Fletcher interior offensive lineman Takaylen Muex shares his thoughts heading into it.

Plus, for the first time since March, Leo (Ind.) four-star 2025 tight end Brock Schott will be back in Miami this weekend for his official visit with the Hurricanes. Get his take.

Miami also offered Lynn Haven (Fla.) Mosley High School 2025 safety Lo’Kavion Jackson,, and the rising defender will be making his way down to Coral Gables on June 9 for the Canes’ Legends Camp. Be sure to check out what he’s saying.

And don’t miss our closer look at Mario Cristobal continuing to work to land top talent after UM has put together classes with the 6th-most 5-stars the last 4 cycles.

Another update: On3 is hosting more than two dozen top 2025 recruits at the second annual On3 Elite Series, including several priority Miami targets. National recruiting reporters Steve Wiltfong and Chad Simmons caught up with Hurricane recruiting priorities DJ Pickett (a Five-Star Plus+ cornerback), Jaime Ffrench (a five-star receiver) and Vernell Brown (a top-50 wideout). Get the latest from Nashville.

As always, stay tuned today for any news that may come up.

TODAY’S MIAMI HURRICANES TOP HEADLINES

Opinion: Reasons why Year 3 at Miami for Mario Cristobal might just pay off

Miami Hurricanes 50-1 Countdown: Ranking the top 50 post-spring players … No. 32 D’yoni Hill

Miami commit TK Muex talks the Hurricanes ahead of his weekend official visit

Miami 4-star TE commit Brock Schott talks flourishing relationship ahead of weekend OV: “It just keeps getting stronger and stronger”

Miami offers 2025 S Lo’Kavion Jackson who will attend Canes’ Legend Camp June 9: “I was very excited and surprised”

Miami has landed the 6th-most 5-stars the last 4 cycles … here’s how the Hurricanes can close the gap in 2025

Recruiting experts give latest on Miami priority targets at On3 Elite Series

MESSAGE BOARD POST OF THE DAY

Our roster is getting better: 2025 draft class … Posted by cortez55403

The poverty of our recent rosters has been reflected in our modest to lousy performances in recent draft classes. While Michigan, Ohio St, Georgia and Bama have flourished, we have floundered.

But, let’s look ahead to the 2025 draft. How many Canes will be selected? I subjectively divided the draft eligible Canes into players “likely” and “possibly” to be drafted:

LIKELY

Ward, Martinez, Mauigoa, Rivers, Cooper

POSSIBLY

Restrepo, George, Barrow, Clark, Powell, Porter, Mesidor, Arroyo, Alston, Carpenter

BOTTOM LINE

We should see at least 5 players drafted and maybe even stretch to 10+ if we are fortunate. I don’t see any first rounders in the group. Thats for future years where annual draftees in the 8-10 range with two first rounders each year would spell enduring success on the field for the Canes.

Whaddaya think: can we get to that level of talent?

MIAMI HURRICANES QUOTE OF THE DAY

“It’s really important for them to have a good time on this visit as well. It’s a group thing, and I do this for them, so I want them to feel the same way that I do.”

Jacksonville (Fla.) Duncan U. Fletcher OL Takaylen Muex, on the importance of his family during his Miami OV this coming weekend

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