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Miami Hurricanes News & Notes: Canes add a DT, final recruiting push and more

It’s Saturday Canes fam!

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Happy Saturday ladies and gentlemen. It’s been mostly calm before the storm of signing day but that doesn’t mean Miami isn’t still making moves. Here’s your daily update of all things Miami Hurricanes, from around SOTU and the world wide web.

Around The Site

Jared Harrison-Hunte is a Cane! The 3-star DT’s commitment seemed more of a question of when rather than if and the New Yorker will officially be heading to Coral Gables.

Signing day is just days away! And of course, Cam has your update regarding the one official visitor Miami has this weekend.

Breaking down what the 2019 defensive secondary will look like without three of the backfield’s best players.

The tumultuous 2018 season taught us a lot of lessons. Here are just a few.

Around The Web

All aboard the #TNM train! Class of 2019 OT Zion Nelson is apart of the movement.

Jared Harrison-Hunte isn’t your average defensive tackle.

The Miami Herald and Sun Sentinel break down the signing of JHH, which not only adds depth to Miami’s d-line group but also strengthens the burgeoning New York pipeline.

It’s been discussed on this site a good deal, including articles myself and Justin wrote, but the Tampa Bay Times weighs in on the impact of Miami’s success via the transfer portal.

More than 100 Miami Hurricanes have played in the Super Bowl but Greg Cote speaks to the pioneer of the ProCanes; former Chief Walt Corey.

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