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Miami Hurricanes Recruiting: Recruit Recap from HSFB Week 4

A light set of games as Florida recovers from Hurricane Irma

Brevin Jordan is continuing an impressive season out on the west coast
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Brevin Jordan, Bishop Gorman (NV)

After losing a 55 game winning streak, Bishop Gorman promptly lost two in a row. After facing De La Salle (CA), though, they got back on track with a convincing 34-7 win. Jordan continues to show that he is a top dog in this class for Miami as he finished with a TD to go along with 7 receptions and 141 yards. He can’t make it down to Coral Gables fast enough.

Gregory Rousseau, Champagnat Catholic

Champagnat Catholic got to get back to normalcy a bit faster than the rest of their South Florida opponents. The squad flew up to Louisville, Kentucky to face powerhouse Trinity (KY). Unfortunately, Champagnat could not get the offense going all night and the defense gave up 4 TD’s. It took until the second half for Rousseau’s team to get on the board but it was not enough as they fell, 28-7.

Josh Jobe, Cheshire Academy (CT)

Jobe did not have a game for this week, but Cheshire Academy did start their season on September 8th. They hosted Stellar Prep (CA) and won decisively, 31-0. They will play St. Thomas More (CT) on Saturday at 12:00 PM.

Bubba Baxa, Pasadena Memorial (TX)

Pasadena Memorial saw their first action of the year this past Saturday and walked away with a 56-14 win over Aldine (TX).

Our boys will be back with more action in week 5 as we move past Hurricane Irma.

Not in action: Lorenzo Lingard, University (Orange City), Cam Davis, Miami Carol City, Artur Sitkowski/Brian Hightower, IMG Academy (Bradenton), Mark Pope/Daquris Wiggins/Delon Scaife, Miami Southridge, Al Blades Jr., St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale), Gurvan Hall, Palm Beach Gardens, Gilbert Frierson, Coral Gables, DJ Ivey, South Dade, Will Mallory, Providence (Jacksonville), John Campbell, Dr. Phillips (Orlando), Nesta Silvera, American Heritage, Cleveland Reed, Fort Meade