The Miami Hurricanes have landed and often the lineman. Wednesday, it was reported that former Oregon offensive lineman Logan Sagapolu is coming to Miami, joining Alex Mirabal and Mario Cristobal. This was first reported by Matt Shodell of Canesport.
Last Friday, we reported that Sagapolu was really only focusing on the Hurricanes in terms of his recruitment. Now, it appears to be a done deal. The lineman is a three-star prospect and has a numerical rating of just over 87 per the 247Sports Composite Rankings.
The former Oregon commitment is going to help the Miami Hurricanes tremendously. For one, he is able to finish his blocks very well. He can extend his hands quickly, and that allows him to be prepared for any blocking situation. His physicality allows him to be both an effective run and pass-blocker. That versatility will undoubtedly come in handy, as Miami looks to continue a consistent and strong offense under quarterback Tyler Van Dyke.
What can Sagapolu bring to Miami Hurricanes
Sagapolu fits what the Miami hurricanes have been looking for while recruiting offensive lineman. He brings a physical edge to his game, and that is something that Mirabal wants out of his lineman. The program wants physical lineman, and players who can dominate at the line of scrimmage.
With this commitment, this marks the fifth transfer of the 2022 Miami recruiting class. This is the second transfer in two days, as former UAB edge rusher Antonio Moultrie committed to the program on Monday. Miami already has a strong 2022 recruiting class, and it they have also picked up additions via the transfer portal. This is shaping up to be a very well-rounded class, as the transfer portal has a big hand in modern-day recruiting.
As Mario Cristobal looks to continue building the program, offensive lineman are a priority. Sagapolu certainly fits what the Hurricanes want on their line, and he should be a good fit with Mirabal.
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