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 06-10-2008, 10:16 AM         #3541
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Whether it's riding with him in his Nissan Altima or lining up next to him on Columbus High's defensive line on Friday nights, Caesar Rodriguez said he's had a lot of fun hanging out with his big friend and teammate Antwan Lowery.

Rodriguez has known Lowery since before the eighth grade and laughs every time before he shares a great Antwan story. But it's the following one, he says, that best explains why college football recruiters from across the country are trying to reel in his 6-4, 315-pound friend.

''Antwan has a hidden talent -- he knows how to make quarterbacks and running backs disappear,'' the 6-3, 218-pound 2009 football prospect said. ``For a guy his size, Antwan is so mobile, so quick. Last year against Belen, he chased down their quarterback and swallowed him whole. I swear when Antwan was on top of the guy, you couldn't see him at all.''

A TOP RECRUIT

Spotting Lowery, The Miami Herald's No. 4-ranked high school football recruit in the Class of 2009 in Miami-Dade County, hasn't been a problem for college football scouts. A list of 22 schools have offered Lowery a scholarship -- more than any other recruit coach Chris Merritt said he's had in the 10 years he's been coaching the Explorers.

North Carolina State was the first -- a week after Lowery's junior season concluded. Then, Florida a few days later. Followed by Miami, Rutgers, Auburn, Florida State, Clemson, South Florida, Notre Dame, Michigan, USC and a laundry list of others.

Not bad for a kid with only one real season of varsity experience and who grew up playing catcher and third base in baseball and center in basketball at The Northwest Boys' Club in Miami because he was too heavy for Pop Warner football.

''Antwan has made himself into the player he is now,'' Merritt said. ``He's always been a great kid, always smiling, one I've had around my locker room since he was in the sixth grade. But as a sophomore we had our constant battles with him to stay focused, to go in the weight room and turn that baby fat into muscle.

``He was supposed to be dieting, but his brother used to tell us stories how they would find wrappers and empty soda cans near his bed in the morning. Now, he's tons of muscle. This is a kid that benches 325 pounds and military presses 305 pounds above his head. That's impressive. I try to mess with our kids, grab them by the arm, pull them. I don't mess with Antwan. If he was 30 pounds lighter, turned that stuff around his belly into muscle -- he'd be illegal in high school.''

DANGEROUS PLAYER

Lowery, rated the 29th-best defensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com and seventh in the state of Florida, was dangerous last season. Despite facing constant double and triple teams at defensive tackle in Columbus' 4-4 defense, he managed 75 tackles, 13 for loss and helped the Explorers put together a 11-1 season that ended with a loss to mythical national champion Northwestern in the second round of the playoffs.

His goal for this fall is to improve upon the three sacks he had. Merritt said he will have more of an opportunity now when he lines up at nose guard, directly in front of opposing centers when the Explorers go to a three-man front. Lowery, meanwhile, who was clocked at 5.3 seconds in the 40-yard dash and 4.9 seconds in the shuttle run at the Scout.com combine this spring, said he will continue dieting and exercising to trim down to around 300 pounds.

''I don't eat breakfast anymore,'' Lowery said. ``Instead, I eat two big salads a day. I get four heads of lettuce, a few pounds of baked chicken or grilled chicken and I chop it up and mix it up. It feels me up.''

Chopping down his recruiting list could prove to be a tougher task than cutting weight. Lowery, who grew up a die-hard Hurricanes fan, said the one thing he learned when his older brother was being recruited from Columbus three years ago was to keep an open mind -- and to stay out of trouble.

Antonio Lowery, now a 20-year-old sophomore linebacker at Rutgers, had offers from nine different schools and was piling up more offers as a senior when he got in trouble in school trying to sell a classmates' book. Lowery was suspended for six games his senior season and some college recruiters cooled off on him.

AVOIDING PROBLEMS

Antwan Lowery said he wants to stay away from trouble so he can keep all of his options open. Lowery, who has a 2.7 GPA and took the SAT for the first time this past Saturday, said it's been hard enough initially convincing some schools he wasn't just going to pick the Hurricanes or follow his brother to Rutgers.

''The first thing a lot of recruiters ask me is if it's all about The U or do we really have a shot?'' Lowery said. ``But I'm straight up with them. I've followed my brother my whole life and it's my time to become my own man. I tell them if they evaluated me, offered me and really want me, the least I can do is really listen and consider them.''

Lowery said his recruitment could ''basically become a waiting game.'' But it seems to be more of a wooing game. Lowery said he fell in love with Gainesville's college atmosphere when he made an unofficial to watch the Gators' spring game two months ago. He said Florida coaches have spent more time than any school sending him hand-written letters. He said the Canes have recently started to pick up the pace and that he recently received a letter from UM coach Randy Shannon.

''A lot of websites, reporters call me and ask me if I have a top five, if I've narrowed things down, but I'm far off from making a decision,'' Lowery said.

``I want to build a relationship with the coaches, get to know them, trust them. I'm building that now with coach [Vance] Beford from Florida, coach [Clint] Hurtt from Miami, the Rutgers coaches, the South Florida coaches. When they send letters, keep in contact, it tells me they're interested. Other schools have come by and offered and I haven't heard from them. Miami, Florida, Rutgers, South Florida and Clemson -- those schools have been really interested in me.''

SOME PRESSURE

Miami and Florida each currently have defensive line commitment for 2009. The Hurricanes, Lowery said, have told them they only want to take one more defensive lineman in their next signing class and have pressured him a bit to be that recruit and fill that spot.

Lowery said a few weeks ago he worked out with Hurricanes freshman defensive tackle Marcus Forston -- a friend -- at Columbus. And he said he UM sophomore cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke, a childhood friend, has called him a few times to put in a good word for Miami. But he says the Canes are just going to have to wait.

''They tell me if you know you want to come to Miami, why don't you just pull the trigger,'' Lowery said. ``But I don't know if I want to go to Miami. I love the Canes. I'm a city boy. But so many other schools have come in, talked to me, that I've got to think about with an open mind. And that's what I'm going to do.''
 9 years ago '04        #3542
1000bluntz 
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That Lowery kid is underrated, he's real good and hasn't played much.
 06-11-2008, 09:35 AM         #3543
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In private chats, Florida's Urban Meyer and Florida State's Bobby Bowden admitted last month that with Randy Shannon coaching the Canes, it has become increasingly difficult for them to lure top players from South Florida. But after recent lulls here, both are making a big push for top Dade and Broward 2009 prospects.

''Last year was real hard. Coach Shannon has done a nice job,'' said Meyer, who plucked seven Broward/Palm Beach players -- but none from Dade -- in the past three years, after UF grabbed 11 from Dade from 2002-05. ``We'll always be real aggressive here because there are more NFL players from this area than any in the country. It has just made it a little more difficult.''

So impressed with Shannon's recruiting, Bowden is reminded of a UM legend. ''That's where Howard Schnellenberger made a real good move -- wrapping up kids from this area,'' said Bowden, who signed seven players from Miami-Dade from 2004-06 but just one the past two years.

Heading into the summer, an update on some of the top local seniors-to-be who haven't orally committed:

• k!llian running back Lamar Miller said ''I really like'' UM -- which covets him -- but also is considering eight others, including UF, FSU, UCF and USF. ''This will be a UM/UF f!ght,'' recruiting guru Larry Blustein predicts. Dade's other top running back, Palmetto's Jaamal Berry, said UM hasn't offered; he has strong interest in UF, FSU, Ohio State, Michigan, Auburn and Ole Miss.

• Miramar's Eugene Smith, South Florida's top quarterback prospect, said he is considering five schools -- FSU, USF, LSU, Louisville and Michigan. UM, deep in young QBs, hasn't offered, and though the Gators offered, ``They've recruited other quarterbacks, and I don't want to be set back.''

• Plantation QB/defensive back Brandon McGee (rated 110th nationally) said UM, FSU and UF are among 30 offers, and he will play cornerback in college: ''Miami stands a good chance. I grew up a Florida State fan, but that won't benefit them. Florida's [strong] depth at cornerback concerns me'' because he wants to play immediately.

• Undecided Gulliver linebacker Frankie Telfort, a potential safety in college, said UM hasn't offered, but 30 have, including FSU, UF, LSU, Notre Dame and USC. . . . South Broward offensive tackle Steven Jacques calls Auburn his favorite but hopes for an offer from UM. . . . Hallandale receiver/cornerback Ricardo Dixon said USF is his favorite (FSU offered; UM and UF haven't).

• Undecided Krop defensive tackle Brandon Taylor, son of NFL Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor, said only UM, Purdue and UCF have offered. . . . Florida and Clemson are making the strongest push for Northwestern safety Tevin McCaskill. . . . Blustein predicts a UM/UF battle for top Plantation American Heritage OT Jared Wheeler, and they also are top contenders for Columbus DT Antwan Lowery.
 9 years ago '06        #3544
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Rueben Randall will probably visit you guys at some point during the summmer, If you fools play your cards right, I believe you guys can reel him in, since he grew up rooting for you guys, and his brother is a big time U fan....
 9 years ago '06        #3545
Against D Grain 
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^^^ Thats whats up, If we dont get him, I hope he ends up at the U. fu*k LSU
 06-12-2008, 01:29 PM         #3546
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OL signees Brandon Washington and Benjamin Jones officially graduated from high school today.

But a dark cloud hung over what should be one of the brightest days of their lives: Neither are qualified for admission to college per NCAA standards.

Washington received his ACT results from the recent test, the first he's taken – he missed a previous testing date with a severe toothache. He scored a 15.

He needs a 17 to qualify.

"It wasn't high enough," Washington said. "I had a 15 and I take it this Saturday again. I have to get a 17. I've been studying. I think I'll get it, but I'm a little worried. It's my last chance. It's this or go home, go to JUCO. I've been tutoring with a lot of people. Everyone's helping me."

If he makes the grade he says he'd report to UM June 24 for the start of summer school.

Jones says he got what Washington needs – a 17 – on the most recent ACT.

But he says his understanding is he'll need an 18 to balance out his GPA per the NCAA sliding scale.

"I'm taking it again Saturday," he said.
 06-12-2008, 01:29 PM         #3547
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Oakland Park (FL) Northeast High School DB Isaac Geffard got a visit from coach Jeff Stoutland for his spring game.

"He watched the game and I've talked to him on the phone - Miami is recruiting me," the 6-foot-3, 187-pounder with 4.53-second speed said. "We talked about how he feels that there's no doubt in his mind that I'm a potential Hurricane and that he sees me playing for the University of Miami."

Geffard's twin brother, Jacob, has also caught UM's eye.

"We want to go to the same school," Isaac said. "Coach Stoutland feels like me and my brother should definitely come to the camp (that ends on Monday) and show the rest of the staff how he feels about us, how good we really are, that we're the guys to come on that team."

They will attend the camp.

It was Isaac that got UM's attention first.

"Miami was recruiting me at the end of this past season," he said. "I went to a few games, watched them play, loved the environment. I went to their spring game, and it looked real good. I saw some real good things out of the coaches – they're very energetic, and I love the atmosphere of the U."

Isaac currently lists five offers: Louisville, South Carolina, FIU, Iowa State and Marshall.

"Miami's high in my recruiting picture," he said. "I'm just waiting on them to pull the trigger, take that chance with me. Miami's a local team. I grew up watching them play, and a lot of great players came out of the U."

Geffard says he's in no rush to make a decision, even if the Canes do offer after the camp.

"I want to go to a school where I have a chance to play," he said. "Right now I'm open to a lot of schools. I'm going to take a good look at Miami. Miami was one of the first teams to recruit me."

Geffard finished his junior season with 100 tackles, eight sacks, five forced fumbles and 12 passes broken up. He also played blocking tight end.
 06-12-2008, 06:11 PM         #3548
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I Found This Canes Userbar.....Not Sure If It's Old Or Not But I Like It So I'm A Rock It.....

Figured I'd Drop It Here As Well...



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My Bad If It's Old....
 06-12-2008, 06:18 PM         #3549
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I'm going to be at the Central Florida/South Florida game on September 6th with a sign that says "WE COULDN'T AFFORD TICKETS FOR MIAMI AND FLORIDA"


Watch for me on ESPN2.
 9 years ago '05        #3550
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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 SteveSS said:
I'm going to be at the Central Florida/South Florida game on September 6th with a sign that says "WE COULDN'T AFFORD TICKETS FOR MIAMI AND FLORIDA"


Watch for me on ESPN2.
lmao, sorry ill be missing out..ill be at the um/uf game
 9 years ago '08        #3551
904Nole 1 heat pts
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What can y`all South Florida experts tell me about Xavier Rhodes from Norland...
 06-14-2008, 09:50 AM         #3552
CANEBOI11  OP
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 904Nole said:
What can y`all South Florida experts tell me about Xavier Rhodes from Norland...

hes not coming here for sure..if a players not coming here i could careless about him..and on top of that i think hes a fsu lock
 9 years ago '04        #3553
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Bryce Brown | RB

Hometown: Wichita, KS
East High School
Ht: 6'0" Wt: 212

Evaluation

Brown is a highly productive back with a rare combination of speed and power. He runs with the kind of explosiveness his brother Arthur displayed as a top linebacker prospect in 2008. He has a solid, thickly built frame and the compact body structure necessary to be a workhorse type at the next level. Presses the hole, but also has a great blend of vision, balance and decisiveness to hit the cutback lane sharply and burst through the line of scrimmage. Squares his shoulder pads quickly out of his cuts and instantly generates excellent north-south speed. He's a bit straight-lined, but he has the smooth hips, body control and suddenness to avoid defenders through initial traffic. Makes subtle cuts to sidestep trash without losing much in transition. A low center of gravity, proper body tilt and the ability to reach top speed in an instant give him the power to break initial arm tackles. Demonstrates a strong lower body, good determination and relentless leg drive on contact. Picks up extra yards and finishes runs. Flashes the speed to bounce outside, turn the corner and go the distance. Has the explosive extra gear in space to separate. Shows adequate hands and receiving skills, and the strength to chip and pick up the blitz. Brown's somewhat questionable open-field elusiveness and level of competition are the only real concerns at this point, but he definitely has the physical gifts to make an early impact at the next level.
Notes

Still plans to take his visits. Older brother, Arthur, is an elite Class of 2008 linebacker who signed with Miami. 2007: Rushed for 2,039 yards and 26 touchdowns. Also recruited by Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Miami-FL, Kansas, Kansas State, North Carolina...
 9 years ago '04        #3554
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A.J. Highsmith | QB

Hometown: Fort Bend, TX
Hightower High School
Ht: 6'0" Wt: 188

Evaluation

Highsmith is highly competitive and very productive. His methods are a bit unorthodox and it isn't always pretty, but he is extremely athletic and mobile, has good size and is an accomplished runner and passer. Shows very good command of this offense and plays with confidence. Has good feet and a quick set up and is an excellent ball handler that takes pride in play fakes. Shows good competency in the short passing game as well as throwing on the move to either side and is a legit dual-threat on nekkids and bootlegs. Has a quick, live delivery and flashes good RPM's on throws in the short and intermediate range of the field. At times shows excellent patience, set up and balance as a pocket passer and will not flush too early. When his feet are set and he is in rhythm, he can be very difficult to defend as a passer and has the arm to drive the ball downfield if on time. Shows enough zip to fit the ball into tight spots underneath, yet throws a catchable ball as well. Shows adequate to good accuracy and is very accurate when throwing on the run. Is very quick, shows great speed and is very elusive as a runner-- looks like a wide receiver. However, you really have to watch Highsmith to appreciate him because he does have an awkward delivery and at times looks like he doesn't have control of the ball when it's coming out. Once you realize that is just how he throws it, you can get past it and focus on the production. Carries the ball like a waiter holding a large serving tray and will "push" the ball a bit too. However, there is no delay in his release-- he can get rid of the ball very quickly despite what it looks like and the end results are positive. Overall, Highsmith's stock will continue to rise throughout his senior year and he fits the mold of what everyone is looking for in a QB for today's game, especially in the spread.
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Hopes to enroll early. Committed during junior year. 2007: Passed for 2,299 yards, 21 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. 2006: Threw for 1,516 yards, 18 touchdowns and four interceptions. Formerly lived in Miami-FL. Son of former Miami-FL and NFL running back Alonzo Highsmith...
 9 years ago '04        #3555
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Olivier Vernon | DE

Hometown: Miami, FL
American High School
Ht: 6'3" Wt: 239

Evaluation

Vernon is a talented and well rounded defensive end prospect. Displays the tools to be a productive player versus the run and pass. He possesses good size. He has a very good get-off. Displays a consistent ability to fire off the ball and be one of the first people moving. He will shoot his hands and can create separation, though needs to be more consistent with his use of his weapons. Displays good strength to be able to hold his ground and at times push a blocker back. He can generate power from his lower body. Displays the ability to move laterally and stretch a play. Displays the ability to slant, plant, re-direct, and get flat. He has good speed and is a solid wrap-up tackler. Plays with a good motor. His ability to get off the ball makes him a dangerous pass rusher. Can fire off the ball, get to the outside shoulder, throw a rip, and turn the corner. His quickness will make opposing tackles quickly kick back and he can counter with quick inside moves. Displays a good understanding of how to attack and defeat blockers in pass rushing situations. Displays a good burst to the ball. Vernon is a good player. If he can add some more bulk and keep his quickness, he has the tools to be a productive and disruptive defender at the college level.
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Holding 15 scholarship offers (May 2008, Miami Herald). Committed to Miami-FL during junior year but will consider other schools. 2007: Registered 52 tackles and 12.5 sacks. Reportedly runs a 4.9 40-yard dash... 29-inch vertical. Also recruited by West Virginia, Illinois, Florida...
 9 years ago '04        #3556
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Billy Sanders | DE

Hometown: Phoenix, AZ
Brophy Prep School
Ht: 6'4" Wt: 230

Evaluation

Sanders is an interesting prospect. He could project to either side of the ball in college. He has solid size for either the defensive end or tight end position. He will need to continue to add good bulk to his frame, but an argument could be made for either position. He looked to have more playing time at defensive end as a junior and you do not exactly hate this kid there. Displays good quickness off the ball. He uses his hands well, but needs to be more consistent. Displays the ability to take on a block and hold his ground. Can come across the ball and squeeze down. Displays solid straight line speed. Pursues to the ball and is a good wrap-up tackler. Displays good short-area change-of-direction skills. He will at times come off the ball and try and power his way through a blocker and lead shoulder first and you would like to see him more consistently shoot his hands. As a pass rusher he displays some savvy. Will work to the outside shoulder and try and club and rip by. Will flash the ability to use his hands and can bull rush some. Sanders is a good defensive end prospect and may end up being his best fit at the college level. As a tight end he runs adequate routes. Has good hands, but would like to see him catch the ball away from his frame more consistently. Displays the tools to be a productive in-line blocker. Would like to see him more at tight end, bit either way this kid is a pretty good football player. He offers versatility. Where he plays will likely be determined by where he goes and their need, but a good prospect at either position.
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Committed during junior year...
 9 years ago '04        #3557
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Cory White | TE

Hometown: Orange Park, FL
Fleming Island High School
Ht: 6'4" Wt: 225

Evaluation

White is a high school offensive tackle. He is too light in the pants at this time to project to that position in college. With some time he could add the bulk to his 6-foot-4 frame to be a more ideal type size, but it will take awhile to do it right. The more likely solution, short term at least is to move him to tight end and utilize his ability there. He still needs to add bulk, but he can be a productive player as a blocking tight end. He displays the ability to get good hand placement. When he gets locked on he can be tough to beat. Displays good tenaciousness as a blocker. Will flash the ability to make good contact, roll his hips, generate power from his lower body, and drive a defender off the ball. You just want to see that on a more regular basis. He, like many high school prospects needs to watch his pad level. He displays good strength, but needs to work to playing lower. Looks comfortable when asked to pull. Does a good job of climbing up to the second level and getting a piece of moving targets. Looks comfortable in space. Displays the ability to step and reach a defender, just needs to work on getting all the way around and finishing with better positioning. His worth a pass catcher is a question at this time, but he can be of value in passing situations as a blocker. He works hard to play with good technique. Will kick back and use his arms to punch. Displays the ability to shadow a rusher, but needs to be sure to stay off his toes and bend at the knees. Displays the ability to pound the post and be able to shut down an inside counter move. White is a good player. You wish he had more bulk as he would be a good tackle prospect, but can be just as productive as a blocker from the tight end spot. If he has any type of hands that will just be a bonus.
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Committed during junior year. Also recruited by Troy, Eastern Michigan, Tulane, Cincinnati...
 9 years ago '04        #3558
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Luther Robinson | DT

Hometown: Fort Pierce, FL
Fort Pierce Westwood High School
Ht: 6'2" Wt: 275

Evaluation

Robinson is a productive two-way lineman at the high school level. He is a physical run blocker on offense, but will likely play on the defensive side in college, at least to start off. He has adequate size and displays a good get-off. Is a kid that displays good raw strength and you can see that on offense when he is able to push defenders off the ball. He needs to watch his pad level, but he can be tough to push off the ball versus the run. Will flash the ability to derive power from his hips and can stand a blocker up when he does that, but needs to be more consistent. On both sides of the ball has a tendency to fire out with his head down and get himself overextended. Moves well laterally and has a good motor. Flashes a solid burst to the ball, but needs to work on his angles of pursuit. He is a solid tackler. He can be active with his hands, but needs to be more consistent. He will let blockers get into his chest and can have trouble quickly shedding at times. As a pass rusher he will work to get to a blockers shoulder and can push his way up-field. Needs to keep developing pass rush moves to help separate. Will give good effort and will stay after the quarterback if he is initially blocked. Robinson is a good prospect who displays some good versatility. Needs to keep cleaning up some parts of his game, but displays good ability on both sides of the ball.
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Committed during junior year. Has run a 5.18 40-yard dash... 24.2 inch vertical...
 9 years ago '04        #3559
C.R.I.P. 3 heat pts
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 P. Dedos said:
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kiss of death....
 06-17-2008, 02:55 PM         #3560
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Bastrop (LA) High School five-star WR Rueben Randle spent the last three days on the University of Miami's campus and says "The visit went well."

Randle says he's seriously considering becoming a Cane, but that he'll be weighing all of his options.

"The visit helped Miami," he said. "I was just going around and meeting everybody, coaches and players."

He spoke with coach Randy Shannon and says, "He was just talking to me, advising me and stuff. He's a real cool guy, real laid-back, keeps it real with you."

Randle says he'll make a college decision based on "The people I'll be around, who keeps it real with you."

Now Randle is heading to Georgia for a Thursday visit. He'll either go to LSU or California from there as he continues a college tour to help narrow his choices.

Randle says he has no frontrunners right now and that he hopes to have things narrowed down by the start of his senior season.

"It's a good chance Miami will be in there," he said.

Miami certainly will be if his brother has any say. Deatrick Mitchell, 37, is taking the visits with Randle.

"He's been a Hurricane fan for about 25 years," Randle says.

Mitchell spent the three days at UM at Randle's side.

"He seemed to like what was going on, the camaraderie the players had," said Mitchell, who is a regular CaneSport.com message board contributor. "The players were coming up to him, introducing themselves. When a coach asked what he experienced best, he said the closeness of everyone there."

Mitchell said he wants to see his brother pick the college that best suits him. And if that's Miami, all the better.

"We'll take visits, check everyone out and come down to a final five and will visit those," Mitchell said. "I'm going to love him wherever he goes. There's no secret I'd love him to come here."

Randle says he has no timetable for making a decision. And he'll eventually make one college's coaching staff very happy.

Last year Randle finished with 65 receptions for 1,068 yards and 11 touchdowns.

"He's a special receiver," Bastrop coach Brad Bradshaw said. "We've had other athletes here, but we haven't had many like him that have the total package size, strength, he can run, is intelligent, is good with people, is just an all-around very good young man."
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