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Miami Hurricanes recruit schedule: Week 5

Malik Curtis looks to continue his impressive senior season tonight in a home game against Sebring High

Sebastian the Ibis leads the University of Miami football team onto the field prior to a September 2016 victory over FAU at Hard Rock Stadium.
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Malik Curtis has done a little bit of everything with the ball in his hands thus far for Fort Myers-Bishop Verot through four games.

Curtis is his team’s leading receiver, second-leading rusher and top kick/punt returner as the Vikings have compiled a 2-2 record against some of the top private school teams from across the state of Florida.

Curtis is averaging just under 142 all-purpose yards per game and has four total touchdowns this season. He has spent the majority of his time playing offense and special teams this year, despite Miami reportedly recruiting him to play defensive back at the next level.

Curtis will lead Verot against Sebring High tonight at home at 7:30pm.

2021 five-star recruit James Williams will lead Plantation-American Heritage in a battle of unbeaten teams tonight as the Patriots take on Jacksonville-Bartram Trail on the road. American Heritage has not allowed a touchdown in two games this season.

2021 tight end verbal commitment Elijah Arroyo and his Frisco (Tx.) Independence High teammates will take on Rider (Tx.) tonight in search of their first victory. Arroyo caught a touchdown pass in his team’s season-opening loss last week.

2021 striker recruit Chase Smith will lead Melbourne High in its home opener tonight against Rockledge at 7pm.

2022 defensive line commitment Brandon Cleveland will lead Tampa-Carrollwood Day against Spring Hill-Bishop McLaughlin tonight at 7pm. dropped into Carrollwood Day practice earlier this week to check in on Cleveland.

Several Hurricane commitments have byes this week including 2021 Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes linebacker Thomas Davis and the trio of commits at Hollywood-Chaminade-Madonna.

South Florida public high schools are still not yet cleared to begin playing games because of the COVID-19 pandemic.