Watch: Canes Football recruits during official visit weekend

Mario Cristobal and the Miami Hurricanes hosted some of the nation’s top talent over the weekend, including several rookies for official visits.

All hurricanes tunes in via social media to see some of the orange and green looks the program’s potential future has been able to put together.

There’s no doubt that David Hicks Jr. was the uncommitted star of the town this weekend, returning to Miami for his official visit. Katy (Texas) defensive lineman Paetow is among the most coveted recruits of the 2023 cycle, regardless of position. Miami is battling Texas A&M, Michigan State, Oregon and others for the pass rusher.

“The coaching staff and the team. The fans. They have very good fans,” Hicks recently said of The U before commenting on Cristobal’s assembled staff. “How deep they are and love the coaches. How they all got high in the league, coached really top teams.”

Bridgeland (Texas) tight end Reid Mikesa is in the middle of a big visiting swing. Oklahoma received the first official visit, before Miami, and he will travel to Florida this weekend to continue sorting through nearly four dozen scholarship offers to find his college residence.

Jackson Carver kicked off his official visiting roster at The U, an ideal seating position for offensive personnel. Iowa welcomes close quarters talent next while LSU, Michigan, Boston College and others seem to be in the mix. Carver also spent a spring weekend in Coral Gables.

A few official visits from the SEC are already scheduled for defensive lineman Sydir Mitchell Jr., with Miami taking on heavyweight Georgia and Texas A&M, among others at the national level, for the New Jersey native. He released a top nine in May.

Connor Lew is a Peach State offensive lineman who is studying the SEC and ACC programs in the region, having visited Clemson more recently. Georgia gets the star of the state on campus this coming weekend in recruiting that is heating up with summer temperatures.

The longtime Miami verbal commit that brought the official back to Coral Gables this weekend was offensive lineman Antonio Tripp Jr., among the most public Hurricane peer recruiters in the Class of 2023. is your home for all things Miami Hurricanes football, scouting, basketball and other sports, all the time. Follow us on social media at @AllHurricanes on Twitter and All hurricanes on Facebook for round-the-clock news and analysis.

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