2014: After having signed four quarterbacks in the last two recruiting classes, Miami likely won't make recruiting a quarterback in the 2014 class a priority.
Miami Jackson's Quinton Flowers plays quarterback now but due to his size (6-feet/200 pounds), elite-level athleticism, and electrifying ability in the open field, there's a good chance he'll end up playing wide receiver in college. He already has an offer from Miami, and there's a real good chance he'll be in next year's class. Flowers says he grew up a Miami fan, and attended the recent Junior Day event on campus.
Another local player to keep an eye on is Booker T Washington's Treon Harris. He led his team to the state title in 2012. At 5-foot-11, he lacks ideal height and will be better suited to play quarterback in the spread offense. If he picks Miami, it will be at another position. He's still someone to keep an eye on.
There are no known legitimate quarterback offers out to 2014 prospects, and there's a pretty good chance that will never change.