The Miami Hurricanes are looking to rebuild their offensive line and have clearly made signing plenty of big uglies a priority in the class of 2015.
The Hurricanes landed their sixth offensive line commitment in the class of 2015 when 4-Star offensive tackle Bar Milo gave his pledge to the Hurricanes.
Milo is a former teammate of true freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya, who will be starting for the Hurricanes when they open their season Monday night in Louisville against the Cardinals. According to Eric Sondheimer of The Los Angeles Times, Kaaya played a big part in Milo’s decision.
He’s going to be joining the player he protected last season, quarterback Brad Kaaya, at Miami.
Milo credited Kaaya, named Miami’s starting quarterback as a freshman, for helping pave the way for him to join the Hurricanes.
Milo is one of the best blockers in California. He was a key member of last season’s CIF state championship Division II bowl team and will play both ways this season.
The 6’6, 300-pound Milo is from West Hills High School and attends Chaminade College Preparatory School. He is ranked as the country’s 26th-best offensive tackle prospect, the 35th-best overall prospect in the state of California and the 257th-best overall prospect in the class of 2015 according to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings.
Milo narrowed down his decision to a final four of the Hurricanes, Washington Huskies, Arizona State Sun Devils and Nebraska Cornhuskers.
The Hurricanes now have 23 total commitments in the class of 2015. Their class ranks 11th nationally and third in the ACC.