Miami commit excited about future of Canes

Travis Rudolph is a standout wide receiver prospect from Cardinal Newman High in West Palm Beach and Scout caught up with him to discuss the latest.

Travis Rudolph is one of the top junior wide receiver prospects in all of South Florida this year and he's off to another fast start this season.

"I have 15 touchdowns -- six rushing, six receiving, one kick return, one pick six, and one fumble recovery return," Rudolph said of his impressive start to the 2012 season.

Rudolph, 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, made a very early commitment to the University of Miami and remains pledged to the Canes. He talked about the season they're currently having.

"I think that they have a few things to work on but overall they are having a decent season," he said.

Rudolph has already been to one Miami game this season and plans on attending a few more in the coming weeks.

"I've been to the Miami/NC State game and I'm going to their next two home games," he said of the upcoming home games against North Carolina and Florida State.

The talented wide receiver prospect is excited about the future of the program under second year head coach Al Golden.

"He's definitely bringing back the old Hurricanes and in no time they will be a strong, disciplined team who is tough to beat," he said.

Rudolph also had scholarship offers from West Virginia, Louisville, and Wake Forest at the time of his commitment to the Hurricanes earlier this year.

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