Good Morning CaneSport 5.9.23

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WHAT’S UP TODAY

First up this morning in your Miami Hurricanes news?

Well there were a couple of transfer decisions made last night and we had you fully covered on all of that. So don’t miss what Ja’Dais Richard and Ajay Allen add for Miami.

Plus we had an update with a key weekend transfer visitor, North Texas transfer LB Larry Nixon III. He says ‘Miami is at the top for sure’ following that official visit. Find out what else he was talking about.

Another major visitor this weekend? 5-star WR Ryan Wingo. He took a trip to Miami in June of last year and was back again this weekend, extending the trip an extra day to Monday to get some more flavor of the program and area. He shares what he got out of the trip.

Plus be sure to check out our unique story about the Kentucky Derby winner. Yes, horse racing. An owner of winner Mage is a bigtime Miami Hurricanes fan. So don’t miss that interesting look with a Miami twist.

There’s also more recruiting news as always.

Following a trip to Southern California by Miami Hurricanes offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson, the ‘Canes have become the latest program to offer one of the top quarterbacks in the 2025 class in Murrieta Valley (Calif.) four-star QB Bear Bachmeier. His thoughts?

And Miami is turning some attention to junior college recruits for the Hurricanes’ 2024 recruiting class, including Butte College tight end Connor Gilbreath. Find out the deal there.

Then we continue our Miami Hurricanes 50-1 countdown series with No. 45 Logan Sagapolu. Find out why he is ranked there and what he can do to be ranked higher.

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

TODAY’S MIAMI HURRICANES TOP HEADLINES

ANALYSIS: Vanderbilt transfer Ja’Dais Richard will look to compete to start from Day 1 with Hurricanes

Inside Ja’Dais Richard’s commitment to Miami: “My goal is to come in and dominate”

Miami adds much-needed RB talent/depth out of portal: Nebraska’s Ajay Allen will suit up for Hurricanes this season

North Texas transfer LB Larry Nixon III: ‘Miami is at the top for sure’ following official visit

5-star WR Ryan Wingo breaks down his weekend visit with the Miami Hurricanes: “This trip made a real impact on me”

Miami offers junior college tight end Connor Gilbreath for 2024 class

4-star California QB talks recent Hurricanes offer: “Miami is in the top three for me”

Kentucky Derby winner Mage’s owner, Ramiro Restrepo, as big a Miami Hurricanes fan as you’ll find, equates win to Hester taking it to the house

Miami Hurricanes 50-1 Countdown: Ranking the top 50 post-spring players … No. 45 Logan Sagapolu

TWEETS OF THE DAY

MESSAGE BOARD POST OF THE DAY

I think a way to solve or stem NIL is to make it where kids can’t have NIL deals until their Sophomore yr in college … Posted by PH1LLY

I think this will stop kids and parents of kids who have done absolutely NOTHING at the collegiate level from demanding crazy money.

it can then be used for what it’s original purpose is

For PROVEN players to monetize off their name, image and likeness

And get rid of this legalized buying high school players

MIAMI HURRICANES QUOTE OF THE DAY

“It’s just the culture. After going down to Miami, that was the main thing that stood out to me. They have some Florida in the building, and they have some Louisiana in the building, too. The love that they showed me really stood out to me on my visit.”

Transfer Ja’Dais Richard, after announcing for Miami

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