Miami Hurricanes

Miami Hurricanes: RB Cedric Baxter Jr to visit campus Wednesday evening

The Miami Hurricanes will have a visitor on campus Wednesday. 2023 four-star running back Cedric Baxter Jr. will be on campus Wednesday. this was first reported by Gaby Urrutia of 247Sports.

Baxter is the second overall running back in his class and the seventh overall player in his class from the state of Florida per the 247Sports Rankings.

Baxter has an extensive offer sheet. He has offers from Florida, Miami, and Florida State. In addition to those three, he also has offers from the likes of Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, Oklahoma, and Texas. With 52 offers in total, he is a sought-after player.

He rushed for 1,718 yards and 26 touchdowns for Edgewater High School last fall. He also played a small role in the passing game, catching seven passes for 102 yards and a touchdown.

Baxter is as explosive as running backs him. He can get to the second level quickly, as well as burst through the holes. He has good vision as a runner, and that allows him to explode on edge running plays. If a hole is not open in the middle of the line, he can bounce to the outside quickly without hesitation.

He would bring an immediate impact to the Miami running game. He has been compared to Alabama Crimson Tide running back Brian Robinson. The comparison is noticeable, given that Baxter has the same type of speed burst. He also brings the same type of north-south game to the table.

Currently, the 2023 Miami Hurricanes recruiting class has four commitments. The class itself ranks 19th nationally and third overall in the ACC per the 247Sports Team Rankings. If he were to commit to the program, Baxter would be the highest-rated commitment in the class.

Mario Cristobal and his coaching staff are recruiting at a torrid pace. It seems like every day, there are talented recruits visiting the campus. That probably won’t change anytime soon.


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