The University of Miami's 2014 football recruiting class just keeps on getting better.
South Dade wide receiver Tyre Brady, a very underrated three-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and Scout, orally committed to UM on Friday, becoming the 29th member of UM's 2014 class. CanesInsight.com first reported the news.
"I remember telling my mom when I was little that I was going to play for U.M. Now I have been blessed the opportunity to tell her that your Son is a Cane #CommittedtoTheU," Brady wrote on Twitter about an hour after informing UM's coaching staff of his intentions.
Brady told the Herald after his game against Homestead on Nov. 8 he was going to wait until after his team's playoff run to make a college decision.
"I was, but the time was best for me now," Brady said Friday. "Me and my family felt the time was perfect now and it's been my dream school ever since I was little."
Brady chose UM over a long list of schools including Florida, Florida State, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Mississppi State, USC and UCLA. Brady only had reported offers from Florida, Florida State and Mississippi State.
Brady said he is comfortable with several of UM's coaches, naming coach Al Golden, offensive coordinator James Coley, wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator Brennan Carroll, and linebackers coach Micheal Barrow.
"They stayed with me throughout the whole process," Brady said. "They were extremely excited [Friday]."
UM's class, ranked third by 247Sports and sixth by Rivals before Brady's commitment, has the potential to be one of the Hurricanes' greatest classes ever on Dec. 7 when Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer wide receiver Johnnie Dixon announces his commitment decision. Dixon is down to Miami and Alabama.