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Alin Edouard committed to Miami several months ago but has looked around at some other schools lately. CanesTime.com has the latest with Edouard.

Alin Edouard committed to the Hurricanes back in the early part of 2013, when Mario Cristobal was recruiting him. After Cristobal left for Alabama, the Canes committed two more quarterbacks in the 2014 class. That may have caused Edouard to look around.

At 6-foot-2 and 180 pounds, Edouard recently visited Tennessee and Cincinnati -- two schools whose offers caught his attention earlier this year. When asked if he was considering either school, Edouard didn't hesitate to say.

"Not at all. I'm better off at Miami," said Edouard.

Edouard was recently quoted as saying he may be worried that Miami's coaches could change his position in college if he were to become a Cane. He talked about that.

"They're not going change my position," he said. "I'm going to have to learn how to play with a new center. It's still going to be an experience."

Edouard started fall camp on Monday at Hialeah High. He talked about it.

"My arm is getting stronger. I've been working on my release, reading the defense better and on my speed," he said.

Edouard is currently one of three Hurricane QB commitments, along with Alabama's Malik Rosier and California's Brad Kaaya.

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