Announcement: Highly Rated 4-Star Announce On His Personal Social Media That He Would Be Decommitting From The Canes

Announcement: Highly Rated 4-Star Announce On His Personal Social Media That He Would Be Decommitting From The Canes

Four-star athlete Waden Charles has decommitted from Miami

Palm Beach (Fla.) Central four-star athlete Waden Charles has decommitted from Miami.

On Thursday evening, the 6-foot-2, 185-pounder revealed on social media that he was leaving the Hurricanes. UCF and Arkansas are among the schools with the best chances of luring the top talent away from West Palm Beach.

Charles, who committed to the Hurricanes in September 2023, has made many unofficial visits to the Knights and will travel to Orlando on June 14. The Razorbacks are scheduled to host next weekend.

Tennessee is another institution that has sponsored a visit this year.

As a junior, Charles had 30 receptions for 478 yards and seven touchdowns.

Miami presently has six pledges in the Class of 2025, including no wide receivers. The Hurricanes are recruiting top wide receivers from Tampa Bay Tech, Mandarin, Orlando Jones, Pembroke Pines, West Broward, and Riverview Sumner, among others. Wilson is an Oregon commit. Ffrench is a five-star wide receiver from Mandarin. Brown III is a top wide receiver from Orlando Jones.

A physical possession type of wide receiver who wins with body control and sure hands. Is being recruited by most schools to catch passes at the next level, but has also flashed as a big-framed safety that can go find the football. Measured a shade under 6-foot-2, 185 pounds spring before junior season. Already owns a muscular build, but is likely going to only add more mass once lifting at the college of his choice. Dominated a weaker district as a sophomore, totaling just over 1,000 receiving yards in 10 games. Might not be a true burner, but mixes gears well to create separation and is a deceptive route runner with his fakes and breaks. Competitive in the air and has a wide catch radius. Strong enough to beat press coverage at the prep level and isn’t one that looks to be all that fazed by contact, although catch-and-run opportunities will likely be limited when he’s not the best athlete on the field. Should be viewed as a potential impact player on Saturdays that can carve out throwing windows on third down and in the red zone. Likely to provide plenty of special teams value given experience on the defensive side of the ball and could always get a look in the secondary depending on developmental progress.

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