Breaking down Miami's newest commitment

The Hurricanes landed a new commitment on Tuesday so lets take a closer look at what he brings to the table as a prospect.

We broke the news of Rashawn Scott's commitment to Miami on Tuesday afternoon and here is a breakdown.

What to Like:
Rashawn Scott is a playmaker. He played all over the field at Melbourne CC this season. At quarterback, he ran for over 1,000 yards and threw for almost 500. As a receiver, he finished with over 1,000 yards. Defensively, in the secondary, he had numerous tackles and a few picks. He was often the best player on the field and his on-field production was never an issue. At 6-2 and 200, he has ideal size already to come in and be a solid possession type receiver. He's a pretty good athlete, too, and is a very good basketball player in addition to what he does on the gridiron.

What may concern you:
He played small school competition at MCC so it's always going to be a big jump in transitioning to playing major college football. He ran away from kids at that level but how fast is he, really? Will he be a possession receiver or someone who can really stretch the field? Those are things to watch closely moving forward.

Bottom Line:
Miami had one receiver commitment from a smaller kid in Phillip Dorsett. They needed to add another receiver or two, and especially a big one. Scott fits that role. He was recruited like a mid-range three-star player with over a dozen offers from schools like USF, West Virginia, and Michigan State. Scott's commitment likely doesnt mean anything for guys like Patrick Onwuasor and George Farmer, as they're both expected to continue being recruited by the Hurricanes.

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