Miami defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad announced on his Instagram that he is returning to Coral Gables for his redshirt junior season. Christy Chirinos of The Miami Sun-Sentinel tweeted out a picture of Muhammad’s post.
Via his Instagram account, Al-Quadin Muhammad, a rising redshirt junior, announces he's returning to UM next season. pic.twitter.com/7r4PtUPpee
— Christy Chirinos (@ChristyChirinos) January 6, 2016
A former four-star recruit out of New Jersey’s legendary Don Bosco High School, Muhammad totaled 54 tackles and five sacks for the Hurricanes in 2015. He was suspended in 2014 after assaulting a fellow student after the spring game and should be a key contributor on new coach Mark Richt’s defensive line after showing no signs of rust in his first year back.
Needless to say, Miami is slowly starting to take shape under Richt and could very well make some noise in the ACC in 2016!
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