The Miami Hurricanes currently have 32 players committed to their 2012 class but there are still a few big recruits considering Al Golden's program. Miami added three-star defensive back Antonio Crawford this past weekend, after he had been committed to Georgia Tech for some time. Now, they will look to continue to bolster their class on Wednesday with a couple high-profile announcements scheduled for National Signing Day 2012.
For all your National Signing Day and college football recruiting news, visit SB Nation's recruiting hub.
Outside linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons from Valdosta, Georgia is scheduled to make his announcement at 9:15 AM on ESPNU. He had scheduled an announcement Tuesday night to narrow his list from four schools to two, but ended up keep all four schools alive heading into NSD. The Canes, along with Florida and FSU, are among those four finalists.
Tracy Howard, perhaps the top cornerback recruit in the country, will make his announcement at 9:35 shortly after Harvey-Clemons. Howard, a Miramar Fla. product is deciding primarily between the Canes, Florida, and FSU. Later in the afternoon, offensive tackle Avery Young will make his announcement. Young is a massive prospect from Palm Beach Gardens, and he is scheduled to announce at 2:35 PM on ESPNU. RB Davante Bourque and DE Darius Hamilton are a couple other big-time recruits who could add to what is already a full class for the Canes.
We'll have plenty more on this situation as it develops, but for more on recruiting and all things Miami football, please head over to The 7th Floor, SB Nation's Hurricanes blog.