Miami has received 22 letters of intent, including six players who enrolled in January. The staff signed 16 players from the state of Florida, and lured recruits from six different states. The Canes have three players in the ESPNU 150 and are currently ranked No. 12 by ESPN.com. While Miami has missed on a few undecided players today, it's not a class worth raising major concerns about, as it's still one of the best in the country and filled specific needs. Running back Storm Johnson can help the position's depth, especially with Graig Cooper coming off a knee injury. The Canes also filled a need on the offensive line and in the defensive front seven.
"We feel like we have an unbelievable class," said Miami coach Randy Shannon.