al-quadin muhammad commits miami hurricanes us army all america bowlThe highly-coveted four-star defensive end made it official at today’s US Army All-American and Alquadin Muhammad is officially headed to ‘The U’, choosing Miami over both Alabama and Notre Dame, in a third quarter hat game at the Alamodome on Saturday.

The 6-foot-4, 225-pound defender chose the Canes hat from the pile and announced live on NBC, “I’m going to take my talents to the University of Miami.”

Muhammad was a surprise visitor on December 8th, where he was wowed by the experience and obviously had a decision-defining trip. He also liked the fact that Miami head coach Al Golden is a New Jersey guy who did some great things at Temple, leading Muhammad to believe that UM’s turnaround isn’t far behind.

Muhammad also stated that the in-home visit from Golden and staff, the day after his official visit, helped close him. He stated that it did.

Muhammad had a strip of the quarterback and a fumble recovery in today’s game, as well as a fourth-quarter sack, after his third-quarter commitment to The U.

One thought on “Alquadin Muhammad Headed To ‘The U’

  1. A solid recruit but he’s only one. I know the coaches are working hard but damn, where are the defensive tackles and linebackers we need? I’m also concerned about the ongoing exodus from the roster. Pauls leaves us with another hole to fill.

    I don’t know how much attention followers of this website pay to other schools but Stanford is one program we should copy. Three defensivecstarters, Gardner, Skov and Murphy, will return for their 5th year.