* The Hurricanes still have a few scholarships left over from the Class of 2013, and one could end up be given to American Heritage standout running back Walter Tucker. At 6-feet and 200 pounds, Tucker is one of the area's top track athletes and is likely going to begin his college career on a track scholarship at Miami. He offers some upside in football because of his size/speed/athleticism, so he's someone to keep an eye on down the road in terms of using a football scholarship and possibly making an impact.
* With commitments from two defensive tackle prospects now, the Canes will likely be looking to add one more to the mix Khairi Clark is one of the biggest names remaining. At 6-foot-3 and 300 pounds, Clark is a national recruit from nearby Chaminade Madonna High. He grew up a Miami fan, has been on campus a few times, and has a good relationship with the UM coaches. He visited Florida recently and now says the Gators are right there alongside Miami. He will see a few more schools this summer, and is keeping his options open. Miami still seems to be in good shape, and it'll be interesting to see how hard they continue recruiting him compared to some other top notch DT prospects still remaining.
* Another key target in New Jersey for the Hurricanes is Kiy Hester. At 6-foot-1 and 200 pounds, he's a 4-star defensive back prospect who landed a very early offer from the Hurricanes. He told Scout that his final seven are Miami, Rutgers, Vanderbilt, Ohio State, Michigan State, North Carolina, and Virginia. He already has officials set to Vandy and Michigan State, so the other five schools seem to be competing for his final three visit slots. Miami's definitely in the mix and has been recruiting him for a long time. He plans on making a decision late, so Miami's only chance will be of getting him on campus for a visit. That's very possible, and is someone to keep a close eye on.