College football teams are still finalizing their rosters for 2019, but one of the top prospects for the Class of 2021, wide receiver Romello Brinson, has just given one school plenty to look forward to in a few short seasons.
Brinson has announced his commitment to the Miami Hurricanes on Twitter this afternoon.
“1000 % committed,” he tweeted.
— The"Joker"🃏 (@GodChildM3_) February 10, 2019
A Miami native, Brinson joins a Miami Class of 2021 that is increasingly looking like it will be one of the best in the country.
Brinson had 43 catches for 527 yards and 10 touchdowns with the Northwestern Bulls last season.
— Andrew Ivins (@Andrew_Ivins) February 10, 2019
Of the nine recruits that are currently committed to Miami, two have a five-star rating and another two have four-star ratings, per 247Sports.
Though plenty will change between now and the next few years, 247Sports currently rates the Miami Class of 2021 as the best in the nation – and that’s even without having assigned a grade to five of the school’s nine recruits.
The Hurricanes finished last season with a 7-6 record, losing in the Pinstripe Bowl to Wisconsin, before head coach Mark Richt abruptly resigned.
Miami was able to pry former defensive coordinator Manny Diaz from Temple and named him their new head coach.
Since taking over, Diaz has overseen some dramatic moves being made, including the highly-touted transfer of quarterback Tate Martell from Ohio State to his side.