Rising junior Tyre Brady, from Homestead (Fla.) South Dade has high expectations for his upcoming season, and on Saturday he showed a preview of things to come.
Brady, who is currently listed at 6’3 and 180 pounds, demonstrated his talents during the final Al Golden Football Camp and was able to win the Wide Receiver MVP award. He listed “UM and Ohio State” as schools he has been speaking to.
“I love the coaching staff, they show me a lot of love and just the tradition of it,” Brady said about the Canes. He is being recruited by linebackers coach Michael Barrow and wide receivers coach George McDonald.
The talented wide receiver has set high expectations for himself next season, saying he wants “Two touchdowns every game and 120 yards or better every game.”
While the 2014 prospect is being recruited by Miami, he has yet to receive an offer. However, the coaches have told him to expect one. “They said they are going to offer me as soon as my first game.”
In a college he is “looking for a school that has a good education first and a school that makes me feel at home.”
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