Class of 2020: updated as of 3/14/18

Hurricane Warrior

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Mar 14, 2013

Everything you need to know about the Class of 2020! All updates and news regarding class of 2020.

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Class of 2011 | Class of 2009

247Sports: 247Sports 400 | Commits
Rivals: Rivals 250 | Commits
ESPN: ESPN 250 | Commits

DB: Avantae Williams - 2/9, 2/12/17 (247 | ESPN | Rivals | hudl | Twitter) (Legacy- Lorenzo Lingard)
WR: Leonard Manuel - 11/12/17 (247 | ESPN | Rivals | hudl | Twitter)
WR: Marc Britt - 12/8/17 (247 | Rivals | hudl | Twitter)
WR: Jermaine Burton - 12/21/17 (247 | ESPN | Rivals | hudl | Twitter)
DE: Tre'von Riggins - 1/10/18 (247 | Rivals | hudl | Twitter)
DE: Samuel Anaele - 1/15/18 (247 | hudl | Twitter)
DL: Willie Moise3/1/18 (247 | ESPN | Rivals | hudl | Twitter)



Harrison Bailey* (247)
Max Johnson* (247) - (Legacy - Mark Richt nephew)
Drew Pyne*

Don Chaney Jr.* (247 | ESPN | Rivals | Scout| hudl | Twitter | 5/20/16 | Offer | 5/20/17)

Jase McClellan* (247) (Okalahoma)
Frank Gore Jr. (247) (Legacy- Frank Gore)
Dana Edwards (hudl | Scout | 5/22/17)
Jaylan Knighton* (247 | hudl | Twitter)

Porter Rooks* (247)
Donnovan Moorer* (247)
Xzavier Henderson* (247)
Kobe Hudson* (247)
Roscoe Parrish III (247) (Legacy- Roscoe Parrish)
Kahlil Brantley (247)


Miller Lewis* (247)
Jalen Rivers* (247)
Jake Wray* (247)
Gage Gaynor (247 | Hudl | Twitter) (Legacy - Corey Gaynor)

Chantz Williams* (247)
Myles Hinton* (247)

Kevin Swint* (247)


Caziah Holmes* (247)
Jecoryan Davis-Hamilton* (247)


Commitment Timeline
2/12/17 Avantae Williams Commits - 5 Star (1)
11/12/17 Leonard Manuel Commits - 5 Star (1)
12/8/17 Marc Britt Commits - NR (2)
12/21/17 Jermaine Burton Commits - 4 Star (2)
01/10/18 Tre'von Riggins Commits - 4 Star (1)
01/15/18 Samuel Anaele Commits - 4 Star (1)
03/01/18 Willie Moise Commits - NR (1)
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Hurricane Warrior

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Mar 14, 2013
Don Chaney Jr.* (247 | ESPN | Rivals | Scout | hudl | Twitter | 5/20/16 | Offer | 5/20/17)

Belen athlete continues to reach rare heights for a freshman

The bar keeps getting set higher for Don Chaney Jr.

And despite only being a freshman, he continues to clear it with ease.

Chaney jumped a height of 6-feet, 8-inches on Friday night at IMG Academy to win his first state track and field title in the Class 3A high jump.

But it’s Chaney’s quick rise in both track and field and on the football field that have been the most impressive since he’s only a freshman.

"My coach is always telling me you have an opportunity whether you are a freshman or not," Chaney said. "My dad always tells me just play the ball game and focus on what you have to do to stay on top."

Chaney’s coach and dad are one in the same.

His father, Don Chaney Sr., an assistant coach at Belen, looked on proudly as his son became one of three Dade or Broward boys’ athletes to win state titles on Friday on the first day of the state championships.

Chaney led Belen Jesuit to a district football championship this past fall.

He starred at six positions, returning punts and kicks, playing safety and corner on defense as well as running back and wide receiver on offense.

Chaney already has a handful of FBS scholarship offers including ones from the University of Miami, FAU and South Carolina.

“My dad and my mom, my entire family have helped me achieve this,” Chaney said. "I’m just blessed to have them.”
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Hurricane Warrior

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Mar 14, 2013
Miami Commits & Targets Debut in 2020 Rankings - 8/10/17

6 Leonard Manuel* (2 WR) (Miami Commit)
10 Porter Rooks* (3 WR)
11 Myles Hinton* (2 OT)
12 Jase McClellan* (2 RB) (Oklahoma Commit)
13 Avantae Williams (1 Ath) (Miami Commit)
14 Don Chaney Jr.* (3 RB)
21 Kobe Hudson* (6 WR)
40 Zachary Evans* (4 RB)
49 Harrison Bailey* (2 Pro-QB)
58 Kevin Swint* (6 OLB)
59 Jalen Rivers* (3 OG)
63 Chantz Williams* (6 WDE)
65 Tre'von Riggins* (4 SDE) (Miami Commit)
68 Max Johnson* (4 Pro-QB)
72 Samuel Anaele* (5 SDE) (Miami Commit)
74 Drew Pyne* (5 Pro-QB)
92 Miller Lewis* (4 OG)
99 Jake Wray* (8 OT)
101 Jermaine Burton (22 WR) (Miami Commit)

NR Marc Britt (WR) (Miami Commit)
NR Jaylan Knighton* (RB)
NR Xzavier Henderson* (WR)
NR Donnovan Moorer* (WR) (Oregon Commit)
NR Jalen Carter* (DE)
NR Fred Davis* (Ath)
NR Caziah Holmes* (Ath)
NR Jecoryan Davis-Hamilton* (Ath)
NR Kahlil Brantley (WR)
NR Aydin Henningham (WR)
NR Derek Wingo (QB)
NR Deajaun McDougle (WR)
NR Gerand Turner (WR)
NR Frank Gore Jr. (RB)
NR Roscoe Parrish III (WR)

* = Offered
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Hurricane Warrior

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Mar 14, 2013
#! Leonard Manuel (247 | ESPN | Rivals | Twitter | hudl)

Positions: WR, DE
Height & Weight: 6'4" 198lbs
Nike Football Rating: 81.59
40 Yard Dash: 4.8
Shuttle: 4.95
Vertical: 37.7
Powerball: 35
Bench: 205
Squat(LBS): 245
Deadlift(LBS): 300
Clean(LBS): 215
Class of: 2020
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Oct 13, 2017
Why do I have this feeling like 2020 is going to be like 2018. And 2019 seems like overall a down year in recruiting.

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Um we are in the mix for kicking severe azz in 2019.

The #1 WR in 2019 Payton just said Miami is recruiting him the hardest (a sign the coaches are dominating the competition) and Bogle says we are his leader he damn near a commit. We lead for Kenny McIntosh, Richards, Sanguinetti, Ladsen, Tyrique Stevenson, Sam Brooks Jr, etc....

2019 is shaping up better than 2018.
I just don’t see it bro. Maybe I’m not completely familiar with all the targets yet but this feels like a filler class overall. Now I see studs at certain positions but not top to bottom elite.

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Those are literally all 5* type players


Nov 6, 2011
The sheer size of this guys and to think they still have 2 years of high school yet to go. The one thing about Bama when they were dominating recently was size and speed. Keep bringing in players like this and we will be a very dangerous team.

Hurricane Warrior

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Mar 14, 2013

Orlando Pylon 7on7 Top Performers
5. WR Marc Britt: The Miami 2020 commit made plays down the field on Saturday. Standing 6-foot-1, 170-pound, it was Britt’s speed that allowed him to get behind the defense. Britt was one of a few underclassmen that really stood out during day one of action.

Top Performers: Florida Fire Tryout
Next Three On Offense
1. WR Marc Britt – Britt was the only 2020 prospect to make the top performers list and that’s primarily because he didn’t look like a sophomore under the lights. The Miami verbal commit, who hails from Hialeah Champgant Catholic, flew past defensive backs and accounted for two or three touchdowns during the passing skeleton.

Rivals 3 Stripe Miami Camp Wrap-Up
Class of 2020
Marc Britt, WR, Hialeah, FL (Champagnat-Catholic)

Britt was the only underclassman to earn an invite to the Rivals 5-Star Challenge on Sunday. The UM commit was uncoverable at times, and unleashed his blazing speed on a few different DB’s in attendance. He’s a long way away from his signing day, but Britt feels pretty solid to the Canes.

Marcus Rosemy, WR, Fort Lauderdale, FL (St. Thomas)
Rosemy uses his size well and straight up bodies and bullies some DB’s. Rosemy made some great catches in traffic on Sunday and is a technician as a route runner. Miami hasn’t offered, but Rosemy attended Paradise Camp back in July, so there’s at least some cursory interest between the two parties. Georgia, Ohio State, and UF are Rosemy’s biggest offers.

Xavier Restrepo, ATH, Fort Lauderdale, FL (St. Thomas)
The second St. Thomas WR on this list, Restrepo mainly lined up at WR, but pulled double duty at DB for some reps as well. He shined as a receiver though, scoring multiple TD’s in the 1-on-1 drills and showed off his amazing quickness. Miami recently offered the St. Thomas Aquinas star, who also lists scholarships from Louisville, Mississippi State, Pitt, and Kentucky.

Samuel Anaele, DE, Miami, FL (Norland)
The fourth DE that could have been in the conversation for MVP, Anaele looked to be right at home going up against a majority of kids that were a year older than him. He’s just so strong at the point of attack, but can also blow by you with his speed. Like Britt, Anaele is a solid Miami commit.

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