Miami Head Coach Don Treadwell is putting together a very formidable 2012 recruiting class that just…
Miami Lands South Carolina Shrine Bowler
After visiting Oxford the past weekend, Miami landed one more Shrine Bowl participant in PK Kaleb Patterson. Patterson told RedHawk Insider that the players "feel like family." Upon seeing the campus and meeting with the coaching staff, he added, "everything is perfect about this place – you're not going to find that anywhere else."
Patterson was selected to the South Carolina All-State team after connecting on 89 of 91 PAT's and hitting a 54-yard field goal during his senior season. His James F. Byrnes High School team also won the state title this year.
While RedHawk fans are certainly excited about Patterson's decision, they are also waiting to hear about the other visitors this weekend. Miami also hosted three star offensive lineman and former NC State commit Terry Davis along with some other highly regarded prospects.
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