The 2014 QB Commit Keeps Recruiting For The U

Brad Kaaya - Steve Dykes-USA TODAY Sports

Kaaya has not even started his senior year yet, but he's already shown tremendous leadership.

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade High School QB Brad Kaaya (6'4/217) has been a strong verbal commit to the University of Miami since May 13. Not only has he not wavered from his commitment, he has been recruiting other high caliber prospects to Miami.

The consensus 4-star quarterback recently participated in the Elite 11 quarterback camp in Beaverton, Oregon. Kaaya was pushed mentally and physically while competing against the nation's top quarterbacks.

"It was awesome, getting up there to prove myself against some of the best quarterbacks in the nation," Kaaya said. "Also, to play against and with some of the best athletes in the nation was a good experience."

Kaaya learned a lot from participating at the Elite 11, and he looks forward to using what he learned in his senior season.

"Just that you have to elevate your level of competition, Kaaya said. "Whatever you thought was a good enough level to compete at, you have to elevate that at the next level."

While at the camp, Kaaya was able to recruit some of Miami's top targets on the offensive side of the ball.

"I hung out with Jonhnnie Dixon and Travis Rudolph a lot, and also Braxton Berrios," Kaaya said. "I talked to all three of those guys, and I got positive feedback from all three of them."

Miami recently received another commitment from a quarterback, bringing the total commits at that position to three. Although, that would have most quarterback prospects shaking in their boots, Kaaya is as solid as ever.

"That doesn't really change my decision," Kaaya said. "I made my decision for more things than just what the competition is looking like. I even committed knowing that Kevin Olsen is a year ahead of me."

If you want to learn even more about Kaaya's recruitment check out the link below.


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