June Offer Board: TEs

The Hurricanes already have one tight end committed in the Class of 2015, and they're looking to add another. Read on for all the latest recruiting information at the tight end spot.

Bowman Archibald -- At 6-foot-6 and 240 pounds, Archibald committed to the Hurricanes a couple months ago. The Pasco High standout has ideal size and athleticism and that's one big reason why he has four-star caliber offers. Archibald is solidly committed to the Canes, and gives Miami one of the state's premier tight end prospects.

(note: The players listed below are those I believe to have legitimate offers from Miami and are still considering the Canes. They're listed in order of their ranking on Scout).

Will Gragg -- At 6-foot-4 and 250 pounds, Gragg is one of the top tight end prospects in the state of Arkansas. His brother, Chris, plays at UA. Miami has offered and they're in the mix but it'll likely be tough getting him away from his home state, or even the SEC. He grew up a Texas fan and plans on visiting there this summer so the Longhorns seem to be the out-of-state school with the best chance.

Devonaire Clarington -- At 6-foot-5 and 225 pounds, this Westminster Academy standout is probably the state's most heavily recruited tight end this year. He has offers from just about everyone. He's been on Miami's campus a handful of times, including this past weekend. Miami seems to be in real good shape here. Even though he'll likely take all of his visits later in the year, don't be surprised if he ends up making a commitment to the Canes real soon.

Bry'Kiethon Mouton -- At 6-foot-3 and 240 pounds, Mouton is the most heavily recruited tight end prospect in the state of Louisiana. LSU, Alabama, and Miami are just some of his offers. It won't be easy pulling him away from there, although the Canes did land 4-star Standish Dobard from there two years ago. They'll need to get him on campus at some point this summer to have a solid chance.

Jalen Harris -- At 6-foot-4 and 240 pounds, Harris is widely considered the top tight end prospect in the state of Alabama. Miami offered him back in the spring but Alabama, the school he says he grew up following, offered him this past weekend at their camp. That will make things very difficult for Miami, or anyone else, to pluck him away.

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