The Miami Hurricanes and coach Manny Diaz are continuing to haul in recruits for their future classes.
The latest verbal commitment: Class of 2021 wide receiver/tight end Khalil Brantley out of Miami Northwestern, who chose the Canes after decommitting from Utah on Thursday.
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“That’s my dream school,” Brantley told 247Sports about UM. “I had been waiting for that [offer] for a long time.”
Brantley is the eighth verbal commitment in UM’s top-ranked Class of 2021, a class that so far consists solely of South Florida players.
The other seven: Booker T. Washington 5-star defensive end Donell Harris, Plantation American Heritage four-star safety James Williams, Central four-star offensive lineman Laurence Seymore, North Miami four-star linebacker Chamon Metayer, Chaminade-Madonna running back Thad Franklin, South Dade linebacker Tyler Johnson and Southwest defensive tackle Savion Collins.
Verbal commitments are non-binding until a player signs a national letter of intent.