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Miami Hurricanes land physical four-star OL Antonio Tripp
Miami Hurricanes land physical four-star OL Antonio Tripp
Jun 18, 2024 11:15 AM

The Miami Hurricanes were able to land a commitment on Tuesday afternoon. Four-star offensive lineman Antonio Tripp committed to the program. The commitment came following a two-day visit to Coral Gables.

Tripp is the 19th overall interior offensive lineman in his class, and the seventh overall player in his class from the state of Maryland per the 247Sports Composite Rankings.

All of the 247Sports Crystal Balls for Tripp pointed towards Penn State. The majority of them were low-confidence ones. not only that, they were put in a while ago.

Nevertheless, Tripp still had interest from many schools. This just speaks to the job that the coaching staff can do in terms of recruiting. It seems like the Hurricanes are always in the mix for a certain prospect. This staff gives them a chance to go toe-to-toe with anybody.

Measuring in at 6-foot-3, 300 pounds, Tripp will be able to bring several skills to the Miami offensive line. he is a very solid technique player. He is able to extend his hands quickly and stay square on passing plays. Athleticism is also something he brings the table. Particularly on screen plays, he is able to get out in front and set up blocks for the running back.

This whole thing shut down. 171% committed to THE University of Miami. #CaneLife pic.twitter.com/QTovclsSZE

— Antonio Tripp Jr (@AntTripp71) March 8, 2022

Tripp is also able to bring physicality to his game. With that physicality, he can set up running lanes and allow the running back plenty of room in order to make a play. The way he is able to pull and set up blocks will undoubtedly be an asset to the Miami Hurricanes offense.

With this commitment, the 2023 Miami Hurricanes recruiting class continues to get stronger. This marks the third commitment of the 2023 recruiting class, and the class itself is just starting to take shape.

Tripp is undoubtedly going to help the Miami Hurricanes offensive line. He is the type of lineman that Alex Mirabal can work with and make into a great player.

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