"I took my last trip to Miami this weekend," Snow said. "I got to hang out with Orien Harris, who I went to high school with. He showed me to a great time."
At 6-foot-1 and 219 pounds, Snow said he came away very impressed with UM.
"I really enjoyed the players, the coaches, and especially the weather. There really wasn't anything not to like about it."
Snow said he was especially impressed with Coach Coker.
"He's a really nice guy," he said. "He's a players coach. I see that his players love him because he cares for them."
Snow said he is now going to start narrowing things down.
"All my visits are done so I'll start thinking this whole thing over," he said. "I'm not going to Virginia next weekend, so it's down to Miami, Penn State, Maryland, and Tennessee."
Which way is Snow leaning at this point?
"I haven't really ranked the four of them yet," he said. "But Miami is definitely in the running. I'm going to tell everyone where I'm going on signing day."
Personally, I have felt all year that Snow would become a Hurricane and this successful visit to UM helped me confirm it. He's a big time player who will be very successful wherever he goes.
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