If Gadbois is one, Norland's Ereck Flowers would be two offensive linemen for the 2012 class. Flowers committed to the Canes during the spring and ended up being one of the most heavily recruited offensive line prospects in south Florida. He's big enough to play guard or tackle but seems to have the athleticism to play tackle. Despite two commitments already from players who should end up being tackles, the Canes are still recruiting several more. The biggest name is Arik Armstead, who Scout.com rates as the nation's top overall prospect. The USC commitment, where his brother currently plays, is still being recruited by the Canes and says he will likely take an official visit here. Ronnie Stanley (Las Vegas) and Kyle Murphy (California) are two other West Coast kids who plan on taking official visits to Miami and both players are being recruited nationally. The top tackle prospect in-state appears to be Palm Beach County's Avery Young. Unfortunately for Miami, Young is leaning towards leaving the state of Florida for college. His brother went to NC State and became an NFL player there after the Florida schools didn't recruit him out of high school.
The top in-state guard prospect appears to be Cypress Bay's Danny Isidora. At 6-foot-4 and 330 pounds, he's a massive prospect who has an offer and has the Canes at the top of his list. New Jersey's Ryan Brodie is a regional recruit who has an offer from the Canes and will likely take a visit here. California's Jordan Simmons is a national recruit who is still considering taking an official visit to Miami. Both players are considered longshots for the Canes, however.