A look at where things stand with the five-star prospects Miami is chasing in 2023

Competing for championships in major college football starts with success on the recruiting trail.

And that means landing as many five-star prospects as possible year after year.

Not every five-star is going to develop into a star at the college level, but recruiting is a probability game: the more five-star prospects a program lands, the more that program will hit on and thus have more game changing talents on the field

Miami landed its first five-star of the 2023 cycle with Francis Mauigoa giving his pledge to the Hurricanes on Monday. Mauigoa ranks as the No. 9 overall player in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite.

The Hurricanes now rank No. 10 overall in the 247Sports Team Recruiting Rankings with 12 players committed.

Mario Cristobal and the Hurricanes aren’t done chasing elite talents in this cycle either–and that is what this article takes a look at.

Read on for a look at the ten five-star prospects Miami is in a relatively good spot for moving forward.

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