WR Antonio Callaway (5-11/180/Booker T Washington) -- A month ago Calloway had official visits scheduled to Alabama, Auburn, and Florida State so Miami's chances of keeping him at home weren't real good. Those three trips have gotten replaced by West Virginia (last weekend) and Florida (this weekend). The Gators are late to the party so it's now likely going to come down to UM and WVU. Miami's chances keep getting better.
DE Austrian Robinson (6-4/270/New York) -- Ohio State was probably the biggest threat for Miami here but his visit there has been cancelled for this weekend. Maryland still has a slight edge over UM and Ole Miss but not having to beat out Ohio State certainly helps all three schools.
LB Mohammed Barry (6-1/205/Georgia) -- An active and athletic linebacker from Georgia, Barry had been committed to Kansas State but just set an announcement date for this Thursday. Typically players don't publicly announce a commitment to the school they've been committed to for months. It's likely between Miami and Nebraska and Miami's chances keep getting better.
RB Jordan Scarlett (5-10/205/St Thomas Aquinas) -- A commitment to Miami since the summer, Scarlett took an official visit to Florida last weekend and so it was trending down for Miami. Not a whole lot of buzz came of the visit, however. He still is set to see FSU this weekend but things remain the same as last week -- he's a soft commitment to Miami.
DT Rasheem Green (6-5/290/California) -- Miami is still hanging in there and they're one of his four finalists along with USC, Oregon, and Arizona State. He just had a successful visit to ASU, however, and I'm beginning to hear that it'll be very tough to pull him away from the West. He's a 5-star talent.
DE Shelton Johnson (6-5/225/Atlantic HS) -- Miami wants to add another talented pass rusher to this class and Johnson was on an official visit last weekend. UM was hoping he'd commit but it didn't happen. Instead, he plans to take one final trip to Florida State. Not only does Miami have to hold off Michigan but now they must hope FSU doesn't turn him. It won't be easy.