Miami Hurricanes ’23 targets Jalen Brown and Jaden Rashada on campus
Miami Hurricanes ’23 targets Jalen Brown and Jaden Rashada on campus
May 22, 2024 11:10 PM

The Miami Hurricanes have been busy on the recruiting trail over the past couple of weeks. They have been able to get some big-time recruits to come to campus, and Wednesday was no exception. Four-star quarterback Jaden Rashada was on campus, and five-star wide receiver Jalen Brown was also in Coral Gables.

Brown posted on his Instagram story Wednesday afternoon, with Rashada in a Miami uniform.

Rashada is the seventh overall quarterback in the 2023 class, and the seventh overall player in his class from the state of California per the 247Sports Composite Rankings.

Brown is the fourth overall wide receiver in the 2023 class and the eighth overall player in his class from the state of Florida per the 247Sports Composite Rankings. He is set to announce his commitment on Sunday, June 26.

Right now, Brown has several major offers from big-time programs. In addition to Miami, he also has offers from the likes of LSU, Michigan, Florida State, and Texas A&M. Those programs figure to be the most involved in his recruitment.

Brown is being recruited to Miami by offensive coordinator Josh Gattis. He has 34 offers in total.

What could Brown bring to the Miami Hurricanes?

Measuring in at six-foot-one, 170 pounds, he would be a big get for the Miami wide receiver room. He has big-play ability and can do it from multiple areas of the field. Brown can make things happen after the catch, as he turns up field as soon as he gets the football. He could also be a viable option on the outside.

Brown is a playmaker in every sense of the word. As long as he gets the ball in his hands, he can make things happen. His versatility and multi-faceted style of play would be a welcome addition for the Hurricanes.

When you look at the 2023 recruiting class, wide receiver is a positional priority. They already have a wide receiver in the class and Lamar Seymore ,and another potential wide receiver fit in Robby Washington. The class itself ranks 33rd overall in the country per the 247Sports Team Rankings.

It’s never a dull day in the Miami Hurricane recruiting world, and Wednesday was proof of that.

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