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The Opening 2013: Hurricanes sending three recruits

Miami's resurgent recruiting efforts are showing, as three Hurricanes are headed to The Opening

Brad Barr-US PRESSWIRE

Miami has three committed recruits scheduled to appear at this weekend's The Opening in Portland, Oregon. The event is a showcase for the nation's top recruits, with an extremely selective roster of invitees.

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OL Trevor Darling, 6-4.5, 328
Miami (Fla.) Central
Darling was a Class 6A All-State pick after he helped pave the way to a state championship for the Rockets. The four-star linemen is joining the two guys he opens holes for, Joseph Yearby and Dalvin Cook, at The Opening. Darling ended his recruitment early when he committed to the hometown Miami Hurricanes back in his sophomore year.

QB Brad Kaaya, 6-4, 215
West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade

The 6'4, 215-pound Kaaya is a consensus four-star recruit, but is not widely considered to be one of the ten best pro-style passers by the industry. He'll be looking to change that in Oregon. One of the standouts at the San Francisco Elite 11, he passed for 1,875 yards with 12 TDs and only two INTs on the field as a junior and has committed to Miami (Fla.) over an offer from San Diego State.

RB Joseph Yearby, 5-9, 190
Miami (Fla.) Central
The prolific runner was Class 6A All-State after rushing for 1,448 yards and 20 TDs as a junior. He committed early to Miami after receiving offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State and West Virginia.