Miami Lures Four-Star QB Jaden Rashada Over Top SEC Schools

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Four-star quarterback Jaden Rashada is heading to The U.

The top-50 player in the 2023 CBS class of recruits announced on Sunday that he will be playing for the Miami Hurricanes over Florida, LSU, Ole Miss and Texas, who recently signed top QB prospect Arch Manning this week.

The much-anticipated decision by Rashada was initially slated to be announced weeks ago but shifted dates for personal reasons.

Rashada has been lauded as a top-10 talent among QBs heading into their college careers for his natural arm, notably his adept ability to throw the deep ball. In 2021, Rashada threw for 2,220 passings yards, 27 touchdowns. The 6-foot-4, 185-lbs quarterback, and Under Armour All-American out of Pittsburg, California, also rushed for 193 yards.

Rashada will be entering a layered QB depth chart for the Canes, featuring 2021 starter Tyler Van Dyke, top recruits Jake Garcia and Emory Williams, as well as freshman Jacurri Brown.

The U can expect fellow recruits, notably receivers, to spot the talent at QB that the Hurricanes will take into 2022-23.

Mario Cristobal’s football factory is shaping up.

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Written by Alejandro Avila

Alejandro Avila lives in Southern California and previously covered news for the LA Football Network. Jeopardy expert and grumpy sports fan that has watched every movie.


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  1. I have a question, what if like so many other top recruits, this kid sucks ass and transfers, does he have to pay the money back? Is he under contract to Ruiz’s business? Can he be sued for bolting town for another offer? If we are going to do this money for play thing in college we better start treating the players like employees. If an NFL rookie signs a rookie contract and tries to bolt after one year, he will likely get sued. So why are college players exempt from that? The NCAA, yet again, fucked up here by not being in front of this and implenting common sense rules about this NIL business and free transfers.

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