Miami Football Recruiting: Hurricanes Officially Announce 24 Commitments On National Signing Day

The Miami Hurricanes have officially announced 24 commitments on National Signing Day. The Hurricanes 2012 recruiting class is headlined by five-star defensive back Tracy Howard from Miramar, FL out of Miramar High School. Howard is rated as the No. 4 rated cornerback in the country. The 'Canes were also able to land local five-star running back Duke Johnson out of Miami Norland High School.

Like the other Florida schools, the Hurricanes missed out on five-star offensive tackle Avery Young who chose to go to Auburn over Miami and Florida. Miami was able to flip three-star linebacker Ja Wand Blue from Virginia Tech. Blue had originally given a verbal to the Hokies, but faxed in his letter of intent to the Hurricanes. The Hurricanes also lost out on five-star defensive tackle Eddie Goldman, who signed with Flroida State.

The Hurricanes class is ranked No. 1 in the ACC and No. 7 overall as of now, according to Scout.com.

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