Miami Hurricanes in good position for JUCO WR visiting this weekend
Miami Hurricanes in good position for JUCO WR visiting this weekend
Jun 18, 2024 12:31 PM

The Miami Hurricanes have another big recruiting weekend, and it may and with at least one commitment. JUCO wide receiver Colbie Young is set to visit the program this Friday, and things are in good standing for the Hurricanes.

Young is not rated in the 247Sports Composite or regular rankings. He does however have an extensive offer sheet. Miami, Pittsburgh, and Virginia Tech are the three teams that he has shown the most interest in. All of those programs have extended an offer his way. He also has offers from the likes of Florida State and Tennessee.

The Hurricanes could be in a position where they could get a commitment from Young this weekend, per Matt Shodell of CaneSport. He is being recruited to Miami by Josh Gattis.

He had 24 catches for 472 yards and four touchdowns in nine games last season for Lackawanna Community College.

What could he bring to Miami Hurricanes?

Young could bring a little bit of everything to Miami. He is a downfield playmaker, and that allows him to be a matchup nightmare. At six-foot-four, 220 pounds, he is the perfect size for a downfield threat. He is very good at going up and getting footballs, and athleticism is one of his biggest strengths.

Young is not limited to just being able to stretch the field. He can also make things happen after the catch. This allows him to showcase his speed, and he can make things happen when given open space.

This would be a big pick up for Miami, as they continue to add to the 2023 recruiting class. They already have a wide receiver in the class in Lamar Seymore. The class is ranked 42nd overall in the country right now but I expect that ranking to improve. That ranking could change by the end of this weekend, especially if Young commits. He would give them another playmaker and a class that is full of them.

We’ll just have to wait and see if Miami lands a commitment from Young. Right now, things are looking promising.

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