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Miami Hurricane high school recruit game schedule: Week two

Miami Northwestern tops Miami Carol City; Slew of other games featuring commits and recruits tonight

NCAA Football: Florida at Miami
Miami Hurricanes head coach Manny Diaz arrives prior to the game against the Florida Gators last Saturday at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.
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Miami Northwestern, featuring four Miami Hurricane verbal commitments, topped rival Miami Carol City 10-0 at Traz Powell Stadium in Miami last night.

The Bulls defense—which features 2021 cornerback commitment Tim Burns—held the Chiefs scoreless until the game was called with 6:18 to go because of severe weather in the area.

According to the Miami Herald, 2020 wide receiver commit Marcus Fleming caught a 71-yard pass in the game that helped set up the fourth quarter field goal that allowed Northwestern to put Carol City away for good.

The game was originally supposed to be played on Saturday night but was moved up 48 hours because of the threat of Hurricane Dorian.

Dorian unfortunately has tweaked the schedule for several Hurricane commitments and 2020 targets this weekend. To see where Miami’s commitments and some of the other players Manny Diaz and company are recruiting will be playing this weekend, see below.

Class of 2020 Verbal Commitments

Quarterback

Tyler Van Dyke, Suffield (Ct.) Academy: According to MaxPreps, Van Dyke and Suffield don’t open their season until September 21.

Running Back

Donald Chaney, Miami Belen Jesuit: Chaney and the Wolverines will look to bounce back from a season-opening 41-7 loss to rival Miami Columbus with a game against Miami Gulliver Prep today at 3:30pm.

Wide Receivers

Michael Redding III, Bradenton IMG Academy: After drilling Venice 46-7 last week, the Ascenders were scheduled to play Miami Norland tonight but that game has been cancelled because of Hurricane Dorian.

Marcus Fleming, Miami Northwestern: Fleming caught a 71-yard pass in Northwestern’s 10-0 win over Carol City on Thursday night.

Xavier Restrepo, Deerfield Beach: Deerfield Beach lost its season opener to Carol City 24-12 on ESPNU last Saturday but Restrepo played well. He intercepted a pass on defense and also blocked a field goal. The Bucks will take on Washington (D.C.) St. John’s on Saturday at 2pm.

Tight End

Dominic Mammarelli, Naples: Naples won a huge road game against Sarasota Riverview 29-28 last week. The Golden Eagles will take on Miami Edison tonight at 7:30pm at home.

Offensive Line

Jalen Rivers, Orange Park Oakleaf: According to Andrew Ivins of 247Sports, Rivers did not play in Oakleaf’s 42-21 win over rival Orange Park last Friday because of ankle injury that isn’t believed to be serious. Oakleaf plays Lake City Columbia tonight at 7pm at home.

Antonio Smith, Ocala Vanguard: Vanguard will hit the road to play Gainesville Buchholz tonight at 7:30pm.

Chris Washington, Nashville (Tn.) Overton: The Bobcats will take on Lebanon Wilson Central tonight at 7pm at home.

Defensive Line

Chantz Williams, Orange Park Oakleaf: Oakleaf plays Lake City Columbia tonight at 7pm at home.

Willie Moise, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna: The Lions will look to move to 2-0 when they take on Hallandale on the road tonight at 7pm.

Elijah Roberts, Miami Columbus: Columbus travels to play Kissimmee Osceola tonight at 7pm.

Tre’von Riggins, St. Petersburg Lakewood: The Spartans blew out rival St. Petersburg 48-0 to open the season. They will take on Largo Pinellas Park tonight at 7:30pm.

Quentin Williams, Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek: Mallard Creek opened the season with a 27-27 tie against Irmo (S.C.) Dutch Fork last Friday night in a game that was broadcast on ESPN2. The Mavericks will take on Matthews (N.C.) David W. Butler tonight at 7pm at home.

Linebackers

Romello Height, Dublin (Ga.): The Fighting Irish have a bye this week after opening the season with a 21-0 victory over Twin City (Ga.) Emanuel County Institute last week.

Tirek Austin-Cave, Camden (N.J.): According to MaxPreps, Camden does not open the regular season until September 6.

Alvin Mathis, Largo: Mathis keyed a stout Largo defensive effort in his team’s 7-2 victory over Braden River last week. The Packers will take on Boca Ciega tonight at 7:30pm at home.

Corey Flagg, Houston (Tx.) North Shore: Flagg served as a captain on Thursday night as North Shore lost its season opener to Katy (Tx.) 24-21.

Defensive Backs

Jaiden Francois, Homestead South Dade: The Buccaneers open the regular season with rival Homestead tonight at 7:30pm at Harris Field Park.

Keshawn Washington, Homestead South Dade: The Buccaneers open the regular season with rival Homestead tonight at 7:30pm at Harris Field Park.

Daran Branch, Amite (La.): According to MaxPreps, the Warriors do not open the regular season until September 6.

Marcus Clarke, Winter Park: Winter Park will look for its first win of the season tonight when it takes on Pickerington (Oh.) Central tonight at 5pm at the Freedom Bowl in Milton, Ga.

Justin Hodges, Davie Western: Western drilled Miramar Everglades 58-0 to open the season last week and was scheduled to play Mobile (Al.) UMS-Wright Prep at the Freedom Bowl but that game has been cancelled because of Hurricane Dorian.

Class of 2020 Uncommitted Players of Interest

Wide Receivers

Dazalin Worsham, Trussville (Al.) Hewitt-Trussville: Worsham caught a 2-point conversion pass last week in his team’s season-opening 40-33 victory over Pinson Valley (Al.). Hewitt-Trussville will take on Cumming (Ga.) West Forsyth tonight at 7pm at home.

Tight End

Darnell Washington, Desert Pines (Nv.): According to MaxPreps, Desert Pines opens the season tonight against Reno (Nv.) Bishop Manogue.

Offensive Line

Issiah Walker Jr., Miami Norland: After losing the season opener 25-10 to Miramar, Walker and teammates were scheduled to play IMG Academy tonight on the road but that game has been cancelled because of Hurricane Dorian.

Marcus Dumervil, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas: Aquinas was originally scheduled to host Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic on Saturday night but the game was cancelled because of Hurricane Dorian.

Cayden Baker, Fort Myers: The Green Wave will travel to take on rival Punta Gorda Charlotte tonight at 7:30pm.

Defensive Line

Donell Harris, Miami Gulliver Prep: Harris will get his shot at stopping Miami commitment Donald Chaney when Gulliver Prep takes on Belen Jesuit today at 3:30pm.

Westley Neal, Miami Gulliver Prep: The Raiders topped Coral Gables 27-6 last week and will take on Belen Jesuit today at 3:30pm.

Jaylen Harrell, Tampa Berkeley Prep: The Buccaneers will take on Clearwater Calvary Christian tonight at 7:30pm.

Linebackers

Justin Flowe, Upland (Ca.): Upland will host Los Angeles (Ca.) Crenshaw tonight in search of its first victory of the season.

Defensive Backs

Brian George, Highland (Ks.) Community College: George made three tackles in Highland’s 20-16 loss to Fort Scott (Ks.) Community College last Saturday. The Highlanders will take on Ellsworth Community College on Saturday at 4pm in their home opener.

Avantae Williams, DeLand: The Bulldogs topped Daytona Beach Mainland 21-18 last Friday and have a bye this week.

Brian Balom, Miramar: Balom’s Patriots beat Miramar 25-10 last week and play Fort Lauderdale Dillard tonight at 7pm.

Class of 2021 Verbal Commitments

Running Back

Thad Franklin, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna: The Lions will look to move to 2-0 when they take on Hallandale on the road tonight at 7pm.

Wide Receivers

Romello Brinson, Miami Northwestern: The Bulls topped Carol City 10-0 on Thursday night to move to 2-0 on the season.

Jacolby George, Plantation: The Colonels will look to move to 2-0 on the season against Hollywood McArthur in a game that starts tonight at 7pm.

Frederick Eaford, Hialeah: Eaford scored a touchdown in his team’s 58-0 win over Hialeah Miami Lakes. The Thoroughbreds play Fort Lauderdale University on the road tonight at 7pm.

Kahlil Brantley, Miami Northwestern: The Bulls topped Carol City 10-0 on Thursday night to move to 2-0 on the season.

Offensive Line

Laurence Seymore, Miami Central: Central will need to quickly put behind it the 49-13 loss to Baltimore (Md.) Saint Frances from last Saturday as it faces rival Miami Booker T. Washington tonight at 7:30pm at Traz Powell Stadium.

Defensive Line

Savion Collins, Miami Palmetto: Palmetto will take on Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons on the road tonight at 7pm.

Linebackers

Chamon Metayer, Miami Central: Central will need to quickly put behind it the 49-13 loss to Baltimore (Md.) Saint Frances from last Saturday as it faces rival Miami Booker T. Washington tonight at 7:30pm at Traz Powell Stadium.

Tyler Johnson, Homestead South Dade: The Buccaneers open the regular season with rival Homestead tonight at 7:30pm at Harris Field Park.

Cortez McKenzie, St. Petersburg Lakewood: The Spartans blew out rival St. Petersburg 48-0 to open the season. They will take on Largo Pinellas Park tonight at 7:30pm.

Defensive Backs

Tim Burns Jr., Miami Northwestern: The Bulls topped Carol City 10-0 on Thursday night to move to 2-0 on the season.

Kicker

Andres Borregales, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna: The Lions will look to move to 2-0 when they take on Hallandale on the road tonight at 7pm.