HURRICANES UPDATE: Top Insider Reveals Miami Football Program To Lose Michigan State Defensive Tackle. Less Than A Month After He Committed To The Hurricanes

Less than a month after committing to the Miami football team, Michigan State defensive tackle Simeon Barrow may leave, according to reports published on Friday morning by Matt Zenitz of 247Sports and Gaby Urrutia of Inside the U. In 2024, Barrow was Miami’s anticipated starting defensive tackle.

According to Urrutia, Barrow was enrolled in Miami’s summer conditioning program. If Barrow decided to leave Miami, he would have to walk on to somewhere else. According to Zenitz, Barrow informed fellow Miami players that he was thinking about quitting, and some assumed he had already left for Georgia.

If Barrow leaves Miami, Missouri is leading, according to Zenitz. According to reports, Barrow and LSU inked an SEC contract. at the case that Barrow executed a prior contract with LSU, it would hinder him from enrolling at any other SEC school. Zenitz declared that LSU will release him from the contract.

According to Urrutia, Barrow worked out on Thursday before departing. The Miami depth at DT in 2024 would be significantly impacted by Barrow’s departure. Without Barrow, Miami would have two solid starting DT options in 2024 in Middle Tennessee State’s Marley Cook and North Carolina State’s C.J. Clark.

The rookie defensive tackles Anthony Campbell, Joshua Horton, and Ahmad Moten are back for Miami. If Barrow departs in 2024, five-star true freshman Armondo Blount and Justin Scott will have more chances to get snaps. Miami’s defensive lineman Rueben Bain won the 2023 ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year award.

The 2023 campaign for Bain demonstrated Mario Cristobal and defensive coordinator Lance Guidry’s readiness to put their rookies in charge. Blount and/or Scott will probably join the rotation at some point in 2024 if Barrow departs. For Miami to grow in 2024, Campbell, Horton, and Moten are also necessary.

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