Georgia's Raphael Kirby was being recruited by a lot of SEC and ACC programs at the time of his commitment to Miami so this has to be considered one of the top catches in this year's recruiting class. He's a big, athletic kid who brings a lot to the table as a prospect.
The remaining three commitments are from in-state players – James Burgess, Reggie Northrup, and Josh Witt. Burgess, whose father played for Miami back in the 1990's, is a standout locally and brings a lot of athleticism to the table. Northrup is one of the top prospects in the city of Jacksonville and picked the Canes over North Carolina following an unofficial visit to the school during the summer. Witt is a lightly recruited player locally who brings quality size and toughness to the table.
Despite those five commitments, the Canes are still recruiting. It looks like the only major target left is Alabama's Kwon Alexander. A five-star prospect, Alexander is being recruited by everyone but says he will likely take an official visit to Miami. Getting him out of the state of Alabama, however, will be very difficult for Miami and everyone else who is still trying.