The Miami Hurricanes are looking to get back into the premiere football programs of the country over the next few years with Mark Richt now at the helm of things. It may take a few years to get their roster back up to snuff, but one future Hurricane is already showing off some of his athleticism.
2017 three-star recruit Kemore Gamble was one of the many prospect competing at the regional The Opening camp in Miami this weekend. He decided to impress everyone in attendance when he made a crazy one-handed grab on a drill.
This was certainly impressive and if he decides to stick with his early commitment, Miami fans should be very happy to have him around. Gamble is currently listed as a tight end, but at six-foot-three and 220 pounds, he might end up moving outside before he makes his way to Coral Gables.
He is a three-star player out of Miami Southridge and is the eleventh ranked tight end in the state. I think the Hurricane fans have found themselves a great athlete to watch for the next few years.