Miami has already offered several quarterback prospects from across the country so lets take a closer look at them.
Torrance Gibson -- At 6-foot-4 and 210 pounds, the American Heritage southpaw is the state's most heavily recruited QB right now. Miami offered him a long time ago and he's been to the school a few times. He remains wide open but Miami's certainly in the mix in the early going. He has offers from absolutely everyone so it won't be easy.
Brandon Wimbush -- At 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds, Wimbush is considered the top QB prospect in the state of New Jersey right now. He's been to Penn State a few times and they're considered the team to beat right now. Miami, Ohio State, Virginia Tech, Stanford, and Florida State remain in the mix, however.
Dwayne Lawson -- At 6-foot-5 and 210 pounds, the Tampa Hillsborough standout is one of the state's best. Miami offered recently but he recently named Florida, UCF, Tennessee, and Ohio State his top four choices at this stage of the game. Miami seems to be playing catchup right now.
Christian Alexander -- At 6-foot-3 and 205 pounds, Alexander is one of the state's premier quarterback prospects. The Lakeland Christian standout has just one offer -- from Miami -- but should be getting several more this spring. The Canes appear to be in excellent shape at this stage of the recruiting game.
Lorenzo Nunez -- At 6-foot-2 and 185 pounds, Nunez is one of the most heavily recruited players at this position in the state of Georgia. Ohio State, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Nebraska, Clemson, and Boston College are some of the other schools who have offered so the Canes have plenty of competition. They'll need to get him down on campus soon to have much of a chance.
Kai Locksley -- At 6-foot-4 and 180 pounds, Locksley is one of the nation's most heavily recruited quarterbacks right now. Miami was a bit late with their offer, which just happened recently, but he's indicated some early interest. He has offers from just about everyone in college football.
Nick Tiano -- The Hurricanes remain the only school to have offered Tiano so far. At 6-foot-5 and 230 pounds, he plays in a run-oriented offense in Tennessee but has a nice set of physical tools.