Originally written on CaneInsider  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Here are the high school recruits who attended Miami’s contest versus the Virginia Tech Hokies.  There were several committed recruits in attendance as well as some being recruited by Miami who are committed to other schools.  Of note were committed prospects Darrell Langham and Demetrius Jackson, both from South Florida.  Also, J.C. Jackson from Immokalee was in attendance for his third visit to the University of Miami.  Jackson is currently committed to the University of Florida.  CaneINsider talked to his father and he confirmed that it will be his son’s decision but he smiled when asked if he’d like to have his son closer to home.  Immokalee is less than a two hour drive from the University of Miami. A source tells CaneINsider of Jackson that ‘his dad wants him there.”  Miami is certainly looking to add another athletic defensive back to their 2014 class.  Time will tell and we’ll continue to monitor Jackson’s recruitment. 2014 OL K.C. McDermott (Cane Commit)   2015 DB Roderick Archer (South Plantation)   2016 QB Kato Nelson   2015 WR Steven Claude 2014 WR Darrell Langham (Cane Commit)   2014 Safety Marquese Dudley-Gordon 2014 Safety Warren Lewis, Royal Palm Beach 2015 LB Charles Perry (Cane Commit) 2014 Demetrius Jackson, DE (Cane Commit) 2014 DB J.C. Jackson     The post Miami Hurricanes Football Recruits at Virginia Tech appeared first on CaneInsider | Miami Hurricanes Athletics and Recruiting.
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