Miami football recruiting: Trent Harris commits to Hurricanes

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Al Golden and the Hurricanes have added another solid prospect.

Trent Harris, a consensus four-star defensive lineman in the class of 2014, committed to the Miami Hurricanes on [day]. The Winter Park High School (Fla.) product chose the Hurricanes over a bevy of other options, including Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Ohio State, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina.

Harris stands 6'2, weighs 226 pounds, and he is projected as a defensive end at the collegiate level. The amount of stars assigned to him by the major recruiting services vary, but they generally agree about where he stands in the class -- Scout considers him the 21st-best defensive end prospect, Rivals has him at No. 22 and 247Sports has him at No. 32.

Harris is the latest addition to a strong Miami recruiting class built on the foundation of outstanding in-state talent. As things stand now, the Hurricanes are set to land one of the best classes in the ACC.

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