Miami football team: Four-star LB Wesley Bissainthe commits to the Hurricanes on CBS Sports HQ
A coveted defender made his college pledge live Saturday on CBS Sports HQ, like Wesley Bissainthe announced that he is committed Miami. Bissainthe chose Storm over State of Florida and Florida.
Bissainthe is a promising 4-star student from Miami Central High School in Miami, Florida. He is ranked #188 overall in his class by the 247Sports Composite and is considered the #23 overall player in the Sunshine State.
“It’s the best location for me and where I can take care of my family” Bissainthe told 247Sports about his commitment to Miami. “I feel like I’m privileged.”
Despite his smaller size for a full-back, Bissainthe’s versatility is one of his hallmarks as a player. 247Sports southeastern recruiting analyst Andrew Ivins compared him to former Miami and NFL pavers Jermaine Grace and predict that one day Bissainthe can make it to round 4-7 NFL Drafts pick. Here’s the full review from Ivins:
A new age queuer can play all three drops. Not only did it get the job done on Friday night as a trumpeter and gap-stuffer, but it also proved to be quite doable in getting through. Tested well on lasers the summer before the kids season, which makes sense given the overall pace of play. Flies follow footballs and often come to the scene with the intention of crucifying someone. His nimble feet allow him to break through blocks and stop. He seems to be most comfortable when he is asked to come downhill and carry the ball, but understands how to turn and run with wide/narrow returns out of the slot or stick with back runs from the court. after. The ability to close the gap is definitely a strength at this point in his development, but has to stop chasing and get better at finishing. Might as well become a bit more flexible and will need to tackle some volume in the hopes of not getting pushed around on the next level. Produced as a sophomore and junior before becoming team leader as a senior at one of the oldest shows in Miami-Dade. Numbers to tackle as a ball quarterback in a 3-4 or 4-3 shape given the size and frame (tested at about 6 foot-1, 205 pounds). It will be possible to contribute after a year or two on campus and have what it takes to finally close the meeting on Sunday if all goes well.
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