• Jordan Cunningham, a four-star wide receiver from University School according to Rivals.com, lists a top four of Florida State, Miami, Vanderbilt and Stanford. He is set to announce his decision the morning of National Signing Day on Feb. 6 on ESPN.
He has one of his five official visits still available to him, and he said he will “probably” use it on UM this weekend.
He said the move of offensive coordinator James Coley from the Seminoles to the Canes makes a “small impact” and added that the decision of another Coley, uncommitted Northeast receiver Stacy Coley, also rated four stars by Rivals, will not factor into where he decides to play college football.
“It doesn’t really matter where Stacy Coley goes,” Cunningham says. “I’m just going to go where it’s best for me.”
• University linebacker Skai Moore has a top three of South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Rutgers and said they are “all pretty equal.”
He has visited all three campuses and will continue to communicate with his family before he makes a decision. He wants to decide before signing day.
UM was active in recruiting Moore until late summer.
“I went to their camp and won the Linebacker MVP there, and they said they were going to stay in contact with me and let me know what was going on,” Moore says. “I just never heard back from them or anything.”
If Miami, the school he grew up rooting for, jumped back into the picture, Moore said, “It’s way too late.”
The following University School Suns have committed: quarterback Mike White, USF; receiver Dionte Taylor, Illinois; linebacker Nick Interniocla, Rutgers; offensive lineman Jordan Budwig, FIU; defensive back Wesley Smith, Villanova; receiver D.J. Woods, Massachusetts; and linebacker Aubrey Duty-Tyson, Air Force.