CORAL GABLES, Fla. — The Miami recruiting weekend wrapped up Sunday with the Hurricanes’ most important slate of visitors for a Mark Richt Football Camp yet. Multiple top-100 prospects in the Class of 2019 flocked to Coral Gables for a 7-on-7 tournament on Miami’s campus, as did many of Florida’s top underclassmen.
The Hurricanes will host three more camps later this week, although Miami is ditching the 7-on-7 tournaments and lineman camps for more focused positional drills. Let’s take a look at the prospects the Hurricanes got on campus Sunday.
* = Miami commit
^ = Prospect without Miami offer
CB Tyrique Stevenson, 4 stars, Miami Southridge
Miami Southridge High School competed in a 7-on-7 tournament for the second time in June. This also was at least the fourth visit for Stevenson since May 27. The 4-star cornerback ranked as the No. 68 player overall by the 247Sports composite rankings has attended three of the four Mark Richt camps so far.
ATH Mark-Antony Richards, 4 stars, Wellington (Fla.)
Richards, ranked No. 79 overall in the country, was back on campus for the second straight day after having a more traditional unofficial visit Saturday. On Sunday, he played with Wellington (Fla.) High School in the 7-on-7 tournament.
RB Nay’quan Wright, 4 stars, Miami Carol City Senior (Miami Gardens, Fla.)
WR Kalani Norris, 3 stars, Christopher Columbus (Miami)^
OLB Diamante Howard, 3 stars, Miami Southridge
S Gregory Reddick, 3 stars, Miami Carol City Senior^
CB Jarvis Brownlee, 3 stars, Miami Carol City Senior*
Brownlee visited for the third time in four days after committing while on a visit Thursday. The 3-star cornerback helped Miami Carol City Senior High School win the 7-on-7 tournament.
Carol City wins the 7-on-7 tournament today at the Mark Richt Football Camp. pic.twitter.com/fB21AtQkku
— David Wilson (@DBWilson2) June 10, 2018
CB Demetries Ford, 3 stars, Christopher Columbus^
TE Gary Cooper, 3 stars, Christopher Columbus^
RB Marcus Barthell, 3 stars, Booker T. Washington (Miami)^
QB Daniel Richardson, 3 stars, Miami Carol City Senior^
DE Dorien Josey, unranked, Rockledge (Fla.)
RB Don Chaney Jr., 4 stars, Belen Jesuit Prep (Miami) (Class of 2020)
Chaney was also back on campus for the second straight day. The 4-star running back worked 1-on-1 with running backs coach Thomas Brown on Saturday and played in the 7-on-7 tournament Sunday.
WR Xzavier Henderson, 3 stars, Christopher Columbus (2020)
WR Marcus Fleming, 3 stars, Miami Southridge (2020)
Fleming was out at his third Richt Camp since the Hurricanes offered June 2. The 3-star wide receiver was also on campus Saturday and plans to return for a more standard unofficial visit Monday.
DE Elijah Roberts, 3 stars, Christopher Columbus* (2020)
Roberts returned to campus a day after committing Saturday. The 3-star weakside defensive end didn’t compete Sunday. Instead, the defensive lineman was watching his Christopher Columbus High School teammates.
WR Jacorey Brooks, unranked, Booker T. Washington (Miami) (Class of 2021)
RB Amari Daniels, unranked, Miami Jackson (2021)
DE Donell Harris, unranked, Booker T. Washington (2021)
Harris was the lone player to pick up an offer from the Hurricanes on Sunday. The young weakside defensive end was the most impressive player in the 1-on-1 portion of the lineman camp.