2015 LB Perry Still Committed to Miami

2015 LB Perry Still Committed to Miami

Tito Benach
When word leaked out that Miami Hurricanes Linebackers coach Michael Barrow had left the program, it caught 2015 Hurricanes Commit Charles Perry by surprise

“It came out of the blue, I was kinda shocked by like ‘Why now?’, but with Hurlie (Brown) replacing him I’m not going to doubt Hurlie (Brown). That’s my comment on that.”

With former Running Backs coach Hurlie Brown taking over the linebacker operations, Perry is eager to learn more about him and is aware of his history with defense.

“It’s a relief to know they hired someone like him, instead of someone else getting it. The fact that he played on that defense and he has experience is good to hear.”

Miami fans would wonder where the 6’2 200 pound linebacker’s commitment stands after a staff change like this, but there’s no real change.

“I’m still committed.”

While his commitment stays intact, the Royal Palm Beach (Fla.) standout still speaks with a number of schools still ranging from Florida to Alabama.

“Florida, Illinois, West Virginia, Florida State, Alabama and the list goes on, but that’s about it.”

Perry does not plan on taking anymore visits for the rest of the summer and will decide which ones he will make during the year or after his season.

The ‘Cane commit does plan on meeting up with the staff once more on August 10th for “U Day” and plans to get acquainted with everyone there.

“My plan is to get a good vibe with all the coaches and all the players that are committed and have a good time there.”

While other players may be getting ready to already take off for college, Perry is still very much focused on his team and leaving a mark at his school.

“Staying focused and don’t let it be a laid back season because most seniors get to their final year and kind of take the season off because they’re committed and just go through the motions. I’m trying to go out with a bang and leave a legacy at the high school that I’m at.”
 

Comments (42)

Would keep an eye on him. Sounded a bit disappointed when talking to him about it.
 
I wouldn't mind if Gordinier and/or George were to decommit, but we can't afford to lose Perry. Thankfully he says he's relieved that Hurlie's the one replacing Barrow. Hopefully any concerns he has will be addressed by the staff at U Day and everything gets smoothed over.
 
Did you tell him the reason he left to take care of his mother?
 
hopefully the staff can solidify his commitment, along with other recruits this might have affected, at Uday
 
Thanks for the update Tito. Staff on this site keeps knocking it out of the park. I don't even bother looking anywhere else for Cane news. Between staff and posters, it always seems the actual facts hit here first or seconds later. Great job everyone. Losing Mike is bound to hurt. What player or fan has not seen THE HIT over and over again. He is a sincerely religious man, not just words but deep faith. That means a lot to many people, myself included. Hulie is excellent replacement and should do more than hold his own. Have never heard anything but good about recruits liking him. Sure this kid will be disappointed, but it is not like he can be coached by Mike someplace else. This is still THE U and that is as close as he can get to Mike.
 
Would keep an eye on him. Sounded a bit disappointed when talking to him about it.

Not surprising, its a natural reaction to losing your position coach. Think we will be fine once we have him back on campus.
 
I wouldn't mind if Gordinier and/or George were to decommit, but we can't afford to lose Perry. Thankfully he says he's relieved that Hurlie's the one replacing Barrow. Hopefully any concerns he has will be addressed by the staff at U Day and everything gets smoothed over.

Gordinier is a blazing beast playing space why would you want to lose him you can't coach speed.

Glad to hear Perry is solid.

Go Canes
 
Seems like one of those "if the team does well this season I'll still come, otherwise I'm walking" type of deal.
 
I'm curious.

When you are telling recruits that their coach left, how do you do it?

Do you have a pro-Miami follow up when they tell you they didn't know about it?
 
Did you tell him the reason he left to take care of his mother?

Alot feel its a BS story

I've had numerous conversations with Barrow and even though we haven't talked live since this came up he did message me about this. I have no reason to doubt Barrows reasoning for his sabbatical as well as the staff has made it a point to reach out and keep everyone up to date with the changes.
 
Im not sayin its BS, i would do the same in the same situation, the suddenness of it makes it seem it is true, was just sayin a lot of people is saying its a BS story
 

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