Miami nabs defensive end Jon Garvin

Miami nabs defensive end Jon Garvin

Peter Ariz
Peter Ariz
Miami's recruiting class just got stronger.

Lake Worth, Florida three-star defensive end Jonathan Garvin committed to the Miami Hurricanes today. Gavin is Miami's 19th commitment of the 2017 class, and joins D.J. Johnson as the second defensive end. Sources tell CanesInSight that Miami is most likely done recruiting the DE spot for this cycle.

Garvin, the 6-4, 230-pound rush end, has been a fast riser this summer receiving offers from Florida State and Mississippi State. The Hurricanes were also after Central's Owen Carney and Dillard's Jordan Wright at defensive end. rates Garvin as the 28th-best strongside defensive end in the country and the 90th-best player in Florida.



Comments (107)

We stole a Clemson and FSU target! Shiiiiiiii, Coach Kool putting in serious WORK.
Whoa was not expecting this. The momentum is real right now after that little drought in May-June. Don't think he even came to paradise.
**** that's crazy. I haven't even known about this guy before. Welcome to the U.
Wtf. Dindt even think he was interested anymore. Thought clemson was leading
Must of been a silent cause I thought we were off his radar, now I wonder what happens with Jordan Wright
Wright gonna spend the day crying he didn't commit earlier.

Kool is a savage, he's killing it so far.
Great pick up. We need to star clamping on these 4 and 5 stars now. How good is this kid Pete?
Athletic freak.

97.89 SPARQ rating.

6'4" 222
4.87 40
4.40 20
36 vert

by comparison....Chad Thomas in 2014

6'5" 240
4.85 40
4.37 20
30.9 vert
Hahaha at Carney. I'd fire his mom from UM now by order of the Peaky Blinders. All these disloyal buttsniffers need to feel UM's ubiquity.
Found this from a Clemson website.

"Clemson has offered 3-star 2017 strongside defensive end Jonathan Garvin from Lake Worth, FL (Oxbridge Academy) on Wednesday according to multiple reports.

Garvin has national offers from Clemson, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Oklahoma, South Florida, UCF, Virginia Tech, Western Michigan and South Carolina. He grew up a huge fan of the in-state Hurricanes.

He was the defensive line MVP from The Opening Miami Regional back in March and will probably skyrocket up in the next recruiting rankings."