Brendan Loftus and Tyree St. Louis both committed to the Hurricanes today.
"I'm officially committed to the University of Miami," Loftus announced on his Twitter account.
At 6-foot-7 and 285 pounds, Loftus was offered by the Hurricanes back in the spring and then visited here last month for one of Al Golden's summer camps.
"Miami is in the ACC and they play FSU every year and it is always a good game," the Tallahassee (Godby High) standout told Scout's Patrick Burnham. "Miami is a good team in general, they know how to win and they just play physical."
Loftus, a three-star prospect on Scout, also claimed offers from schools like Wisconsin, Auburn, UCLA, and Syracuse.
The commitment from St. Louis was announced by the IMG Football Twitter account this afternoon.
"Tyree St. Louis has officially announced he is committing to (Miami)," it said.
St. Louis is coached by former NFL quarterback Chris Weinke, who has a lot of good things to say about the young lineman.
"He has great feet and he's just a great athlete," Weinke told Scout. "He has those long arms. The best thing about Tyree is the mental part of the game. Now, he knows more than your typical OL. Before he came here he couldn't even understand or know basic fronts or schemes. Now he does and he knows so much more. And he understands everything. There's no question he will be one of the best tackles in that class. Tyree will be a premiere guy."
St. Louis was offered by Miami in the spring and he took an unofficial visit here over the summer. Some of his other offers included Florida, Tennessee, USC, Nebraska, and Louisville.
The Hurricanes now have 22 commitments in the 2015 class including six offensive linemen.
Stay on CanesTime for a breakdown and analysis of both commitments later today.