As of late, the Miami Hurricanes staff has been offering 2015 offensive linemen left-and-right. One of those linemen is 2015 Coffee County (Ga.) offensive guard, Cole Minshew
Minshew, who checks in at six-foot-four, 310-pounds, claimed the Hurricanes offer just a few days after National Signing Day and the offer just happened to be his first.
"My head coach told me that there was a college coach that came by for me. It was (Miami Hurricanes tight ends coach) Larry Scott," said Minshew in his deep southern accent. "So I called him and he basically told me had an offer for me."
Minshew added he really likes the vibe he gets from Larry Scott early on.
Being that it was his first offer, Minshew was ecstatic and plans to be down in Coral Gables for a junior day in March.
"It means a lot, especially since it was my first offer. They will definitely be in my top list of colleges," said Minshew.
While he doesn't have any offers besides the 'Canes, Minshew has been visited at school by the in-state Georgia Bulldogs, and the Alabama Crimson Tide.
"I'm really just looking for somewhere I feel like I'm at home," said Minshew. "Also I'm looking for great coaches, good facilities and stuff."
Cole and his team, the Coffee County Trojans, compete in arguably the toughest class of Georgia football, AAAAAA and compete very well.
"I'd say I play nasty. Just flat out aggressive and physical," said Minshew. "I always play hard and I'm always very loyal to the team."
While he isn't your prototypical lineman that Miami is use to recruiting, Minshew plays a very tough, hard-nosed,mane exciting brand of football.
He is a player, Al Golden's staff could develop and down the road be a starter.
I would compare Minshew a lot to current 'Cane offensive linemen, Alex Gall
**Here are Cole's highlights: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/o/152399...ghts/113129377