* Ermon Lane is expected to announce his college commitment tonight at 9 pm. At 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds, Lane is an elite level WR prospect from Homestead High. He has his list down to Florida, Miami, Alabama, and Florida State. He's expected to announce in favor of the Gators tonight. Even if that happens, don't be surprised if the Hurricanes -- and others -- continue recruiting him throughout the season. He has said on a few different occasions that he'll take a few official visits during his senior season. That will leave a window open for some other schools, including Miami.
* Lane is just one 6-2+ receiver from south Miami who is being recruited hard. The other is South Dade's Tyre Brady. After getting offered by Miami in the spring, Brady committed to Kentucky earlier this summer. He now says the Canes are still recruiting him hard. While he remains pledged to the Wildcats, don't be surprised if he flips to Miami at some point in the recruiting process -- especially if the Canes continue actively recruiting him. There's a good chance he'll be one of the wide receivers in this year's class.
* Mike Gesicki took an unofficial visit to Wisconsin late last week, and came away very impressed. At 6-foot-5 and 235 pounds, he's a 4-star TE prospect from New Jersey. Miami offered him in the spring, and he had a good visit here earlier this summer. He doesn't really have a time frame set for a decision but Miami remains in the thick of it -- even after his successful visit to Wisconsin. Penn State likely remains Miami's top competition. He seems to be the tight end with the best chance of coming here, aside from current commitment Chris Herndon.
* Chris Lammons is expected to make his college commitment today. At 5-foot-9, the Plantation cornerback landed an early offer from Miami but the Canes decided to back off after they landed a commitment from 5-foot-9 Nigel Bethel earlier this summer. Lammons is now down to Florida, South Carolina, and Tennessee. All reports will likely make it seem like he chose one of those schools over the others and Miami, but Lammons hasn't been a priority for Miami for awhile now.