247Sports analyst says Miami is working to flip pair of OSU commits out of Florida
Andrew Ivins of 247Sports spoke about a recent development with a pair of Ohio State commits. The Miami Hurricanes are trying to convince them to come to South Florida instead.
Ivins is talking about WR Brandon Inniss (5-star commit) and RB Mark Fletcher (4-star commit), who are both top talents from the 2023 class per the 247Sports Composite. Mario Cristobal has been going after them very hard.
“I don’t think Miami’s gonna let up with Brandon Inniss or Mark Fletcher,” said Ivins. “I think Miami is the 1 team that has the best chance out of anyone to flip them from Ohio State.”
It will be tough for Cristobal to convince Fletcher and Inniss to decommit from the Buckeyes, but 1 thing the Hurricanes have going for them is that both are from Florida. Fletcher and Inniss attend American High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
“After talking with some people close to Brandon Inniss, this a kid that kind of grew up liking the Hurricanes but has really been attracted to what is going on in Coral Gables,” said Ivins. “I’ll say this with Mark Fletcher. One thing you’ve gotta know is that his dad is a big Miami fan.”
“With Mark Fletcher and Brandon Inniss, I think Miami is the one that has the best chance out of anyone to flip them from Ohio State.”
— 247Sports (@247Sports) August 30, 2022
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