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BeastMode

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Ivins is pushing out some articles today on 247. Got one on Wilder situation and a few more.
 

DaCanes386

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Dugans and Richt ride
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ScharfCane

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Ivins is pushing out some articles today on 247. Got one on Wilder situation and a few more.
What is the verdict?

I don't pay for the site so I couldn't tell you. I just follow him on twitter and he is pumping content this morning.

He's Ov'ing miami on the 28th with his parents and Ivins asked him if he's Ov'ing Oregon next week and he didnt answer....meaning that he's likely to visit Oregon.
 

Ohio_Cane

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— Miami head coach Mark Richt and wide receivers coach Ron Dugans will go in-home with Winter Park three-star wide receiver Jordan Pouncey. It's a bit of an interesting move to send Richt in this early with Poucney not planning to announce a decision until Feb. 1's National Signing Day, but it just shows how much of a priority the former Notre Dame commit is for the Hurricanes right now. Pouncey told InsideTheU that Tennessee is also expected to come by to meet with his parents.

— UM defensive coordiantor Manny Diaz will go in-home Miramar three-star defensive back Brian Edwards. So will representatives from Oregon and Louisville. Edwards has shuffled his official visit schedule multiple times, but recently told InsideTheU that the plan is to be on campus next weekend with his mother. Miami is looking to make up ground in the recruitment as Florida continues to trend up.

— Fort Lauderdale American Heritage four-star offensive tackle Kai-Leon Herbert will get an in-home visit from offensive line coach Stacy Searels. The Michigan verbal commit remains a top priority for the Hurricanes and is set to take an official visit to Coral Gables in a few weeks. InsideTheU believes that Searels will also meet with Top247 offensive guard Tedarrell Slaton, but that visit hasn't been confirmed.

— Miami defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski is set to see three-star defensive tackle Jonathan Ford. The Dillard product says he's 'solid' on his pledge to the Hurricanes, but continues to flirt with Kentucky and is set to take an official visit to Lexington this weekend. Diaz is expected to accompany Kuligowski on the visit.

— Brunswick (Ga.) Glynn Academy three-star offensive tackle Zalontae Hillery will get a visit from area recruiter Todd Hartley. Hillery is expected to visit Florida and N.C. State this month, but those in Coral Gables believe that he's solid on his pledge to the Hurricanes. Hartley is expected to also drop in on Jacksonville Providence 2018 four-star tight end Will Mallory while in the area.
 

John77

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— Miami head coach Mark Richt and wide receivers coach Ron Dugans will go in-home with Winter Park three-star wide receiver Jordan Pouncey. It's a bit of an interesting move to send Richt in this early with Poucney not planning to announce a decision until Feb. 1's National Signing Day, but it just shows how much of a priority the former Notre Dame commit is for the Hurricanes right now. Pouncey told InsideTheU that Tennessee is also expected to come by to meet with his parents.

— UM defensive coordiantor Manny Diaz will go in-home Miramar three-star defensive back Brian Edwards. So will representatives from Oregon and Louisville. Edwards has shuffled his official visit schedule multiple times, but recently told InsideTheU that the plan is to be on campus next weekend with his mother. Miami is looking to make up ground in the recruitment as Florida continues to trend up.

— Fort Lauderdale American Heritage four-star offensive tackle Kai-Leon Herbert will get an in-home visit from offensive line coach Stacy Searels. The Michigan verbal commit remains a top priority for the Hurricanes and is set to take an official visit to Coral Gables in a few weeks. InsideTheU believes that Searels will also meet with Top247 offensive guard Tedarrell Slaton, but that visit hasn't been confirmed.

— Miami defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski is set to see three-star defensive tackle Jonathan Ford. The Dillard product says he's 'solid' on his pledge to the Hurricanes, but continues to flirt with Kentucky and is set to take an official visit to Lexington this weekend. Diaz is expected to accompany Kuligowski on the visit.

— Brunswick (Ga.) Glynn Academy three-star offensive tackle Zalontae Hillery will get a visit from area recruiter Todd Hartley. Hillery is expected to visit Florida and N.C. State this month, but those in Coral Gables believe that he's solid on his pledge to the Hurricanes. Hartley is expected to also drop in on Jacksonville Providence 2018 four-star tight end Will Mallory while in the area.

Thanks you da man
 

JMG

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Thanks Ohio_Cane

I would not be upset if Wilder flipped to Oregon. I'm not too found of him and don't think he'll be that much of an impact player here on defense. I see him more valuable on special teams.
 
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