Miami Hurricanes: Wide receiver Nathaniel Joseph will visit Coral Gables
Miami Hurricanes: Wide receiver Nathaniel Joseph will visit Coral Gables
Jul 18, 2024 1:01 PM

The Miami Hurricanes will get a visit from wide receiver Nathaniel Joseph later this month.

Joseph decommitted from Clemson this week, as the wide receiver now looks to explore other options. He is set to visit Coral Gables on June 24. He originally committed to Clemson back on September 10, 2021.

Joseph is a four-star recruit. He is the 17th overall wide receiver in the 2023 class, and the 20th overall player in the class from the state of Florida per the 247Sports Composite Rankings.

Right now, Louisville, Miami, and Texas A&M are the three programs that he is most focused on. He is being recruited to Miami by offensive coordinator Josh Gattis.

Joseph would bring variety of skills to Miami Hurricanes

Joseph is a playmaker, and he can do a little bit of everything offensively. He is mostly a slot receiver, but he also has the ability to return kicks. He did so for Miami Edison.

In addition to his kick returning abilities, he is a very solid receiver. He gets out of his breaks quickly, and runs clean routes. Speed is a major element of his game, and it allows him to make things happen. This is something that Miami has certainly paid attention to.

Joseph is a bit on the smaller side at five-foot-eight, 170 pounds. However, his intangibles make up for his height and it allows him to be an effective playmaker in various packages and situations. The Miami Hurricanes would definitely benefit from his playmaking abilities, and Gattis would certainly have a productive weapon to work with.

Currently, the 2023 Miami Hurricanes recruiting class ranks 43rd overall in the country. However, the class has six commitments and will continue to build out. At this point in the summer, the fact that six commitments are already in the class is a good thing. Games have not even been played yet. Games (and wins) may expedite top recruits coming to Coral Gables and subsequently committing later this fall.

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