June 13, 2024

The 2024 Miami Hurricanes football roster will be greatly impacted by the Transfer Portal. As an example, four Canes (as of this original writing on Nov. 27, 2023) are in the Transfer Portal just today alone.

This page will update with Transfer Portal news with players coming and going from the University of Miami football program. Bookmark this page and check back often!

Additionally, you can find more Hurricanes football information via the Twitter page @AllHurricanes and the Facebook page for AllHurricanes.

Dec. 6

Miami is losing second year edge rusher Cyrus Moss. He’s a former 4-Star recruit (class of 2022) out of powerhouse program Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas. One of the reasons Moss was yet to gain traction at Miami is his narrow frame at 6-5, 215 lbs. His potential remains high and he has three years of eligibility remaining.

As of Wednesday evening, Miami has lost the following players in the transfer portal:

Chantz Williams, Defensive End

Corey Flagg, Jr., Linebacker

Tyler Van Dyke, Quarterback

Don Chaney, Jr., Running Back

Jaleel Skinner, Tight End

Jahfari Harvey, Defensive End

Frank Ladson, Wide Receiver

Cyrus Moss, Defensive End

Dec. 5

Miami is about where one would expect with the Transfer Portal. The UM coaching staff is going after the best players and that takes time to gain results, and there are some Hurricanes that have already pledged to leave Coral Gables.

The latest would be tight end Jaleel Skinner, per his X account:

Here’s the full list of Canes in the Transfer Portal as of Tuesday evening:

Chantz Williams, Defensive End

Corey Flagg, Jr., Linebacker

Tyler Van Dyke, Quarterback

Don Chaney, Jr., Running Back

Jaleel Skinner, Tight End

Jahfari Harvey, Defensive End

Frank Ladson, Wide Receiver

Nov. 27

Today is the beginning of the exodus, or at least it seems that way. There’s the news that defensive end Jahfari Harvey will find a new home for a sixth-year of eligibility. He’s been a good player for the Canes.

Of course, there’s the news that just broke about quarterback Tyler Van Dyke hitting the Transfer Portal. That’s huge news, but not exactly unexpected. Here’s the article that recently came out:

Miami Quarterback Tyler Van Dyke Enters Transfer Portal
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Additionally, Miami is losing running back Don Chaney, Jr., and linebacker Corey Flagg, Jr. to the Transfer Portal.

Chaney, whose career was riddled with odd injuries preventing him from seeing the field, was a highly touted tailback from Belen Jesuit Prep. Chaney was the gem of Miami’s 2020 recruiting class and he was joined by Jaylan Knighton, who transferred to SMU.

Chaney stuck it out through his injuries and burst back into the spotlight this season with 478 yards and two touchdowns while averaging 5.1 yards per carry. Chaney had 852 yards and six touchdowns in his Miami Career.

Flagg had a highly productive career at Miami. While not the most flashy linebacker with a 5’11, 230-pound frame, Flagg was a constant contributor on the Hurricanes’ defense. Flagg played four seasons at Miami, seeing the majority of his playing time in 2021 and 2022. Flagg played largely in a rotational role this year.

Flagg had 48 tackles and seven tackles for loss for the 2023 season. During his career, he had 179 tackles with 24.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks with the Canes.

To reiterate, all four of these transfers are from today. It’s been crazy and Miami fans should expect to see even more news fairly soon.

Keep in mind, there will be players heading into The U, and soon, once the Transfer Portal officially opens on Dec. 4. It closes on Jan. 2, for the record.

 

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