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Another early enrollee for the Canes: DE Dwayne Hoilett


More good news for Miami. Another early enrollee has joined the Hurricanes' ranks. Following is the news release from UM.

Hope you all enjoyed the Duke Johnson story I wrote for yesterday's paper. I will have more for you soon with some leftover stuff I got from those interviews. Really enjoyed talking to Duke and his mom.

Here's the UM release:

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The University of Miami has announced that Vero Beach, Fla. product Dwayne Hoilett has enrolled early and will join the Hurricanes football team as a student-athlete.

Hoilett is a three-star prospect according to national recruiting services, and is ranked as the No. 24 defensive end in the state of Florida by Rivals. The 6-3, 223-pound lineman is on campus and has begun classes for the spring semester.

While at Vero Beach High School, Hoilett made 52 stops, recorded seven sacks and also registered a fumble recovery during his senior campaign. As a junior playing behind three college-bound linemen, Hoilett recorded totals of 34 tackles and three sacks in eight games.

Hoilett joins seven other early enrollees in Gray CrowPreston DeweyEreck FlowersTaylor GadboisLadarius GunterRaphael Kirby and Josh Witt. All eight of the newly minted canes will participate in spring practices beginning March 3.