Semper Fi AA Game: UM Recruits

The Semper Fidelis All-American Game is set to take place on January 4th. Several Hurricane recruits will be playing so lets take a closer look at them.

This game is an East vs West format, and all five Miami recruits are playing on the East team.

RB Alex Collins -- Miami's top in-state target at the running back position, Collins has been South Florida's leading rusher over the last two seasons. At 5-foot-11 and 210 pounds, Collins was committed to Miami for several months before backing off that decision recently. He's taken official visits to Florida State, Florida, and Wisconsin, and plans to see Miami and Arkansas next month. The Canes still seem to be in good shape.

RB David Williams -- One of Miami's top outside-the-state targets at the running back position, Williams is widely considered the top running back prospect in Pennsylvania. He's already visited Arizona State and plans to see Penn State, South Carolina, and Miami in January. The Gamecocks are the current leader but a strong visit to Miami could start to change that. As of now, however, he's considered a longshot for the Canes.

OL Joshua Outlaw -- One of the top offensive line prospects in the state of Georgia, Outlaw had been committed to Florida for awhile but backed off that recently. He took a visit to Utah and hopes to get to Miami next month. He's a guard, and Miami's top target there appears to be Denver Kirkland. Outlaw received an in-home visit from Al Golden recently, but is highly unlikely to be in this class. He may have to spend a semester at Prep School first.

LB Jermaine Grace -- One of the state's fastest and most athletic linebacker prospects, Grace landed a very early offer from Miami and has been actively recruited by the Canes ever since. He has already visited and there's a great chance he'll be in this class. He will take a couple January visits, and has mentioned three schools as possibilities - Florida, Texas A&M, and Tennessee.

S Ray Lewis -- The son of one of the all-time greats here, Lewis made a real early commitment to the Canes. At 5-foot-9 and 175 pounds, Lewis played both ways for Lake Mary Prep High this season and is actually playing safety in this game. Whether he'll play there or running back at Miami remains to be seen but defense is looking more like a legit possibility.

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