Those wishing for the Miami Hurricanes football team to get back to glory could soon be getting their wish. Per Bleacher Report’s Tyler Donahue, the university has received a commitment from athlete Jalen Patterson, of the class of 2018.
— Tyler Donohue (@TDsTake) May 15, 2015
The 5’10”, 170 pound Patterson was also considering West Virginia, Mississippi State and Oregon State, among other schools. With his commitment, The U now has the No. 3 class for 2016, the No. 2 one for 2017 and the top class for 2018, per 247Sports.
In its fourth season under head coach Al Golden, Miami went 6-7 (3-5 ACC) and lost to South Carolina in the Duck Commander Independence Bowl in 2014. The team has gone 28-22 (16-16 ACC) since his arrival from Temple in 2011.
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