N’Kosi Perry re-commits to Miami ‘for good’

Class of 2017 dual-threat quarterback N’Kosi Perry is once again committed to Miami, this time “for good,” according to a post on his Twitter.

I'm officially committed to the U‼️ #ForGood 💯💯💯💯🙌🙌🙌 pic.twitter.com/fNyJYInmXy

— R.I.P. Gotti (@KosiPerry) March 19, 2016

Perry, a four-star prospect who currently attends Vanguard High School in Ocala, Florida, originally committed to the Hurricanes back in September, when Al Golden was still Miami’s coach. Perry than de-committed from the program in February, only to attend Miami’s Junior Day recently and decide to stick around despite the Hurricanes remaining in his top two along with Tennessee.

Needless to say, Miami is looking pretty strong at quarterback for the foreseeable future, and the Mark Richt era has yet to even begin. Brad Kaaya is expected to start once again next season, and Miami’s class of 2016 also features incoming four-star freshman Jack Allison.

Add N’Kosi Perry to the mix, and it’s looking more and more likely that the program simply known as “The U” will bounce back strong in the not too distant future.

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