Javion Cohen just wrapped up his junior year at Miami and could have been a  potential key part of the Hurricanes offensive line plans next season. However, those plans have changed as he made the announcement that he would be leaving Miami and entering the 2024 NFL draft.

Cohen was named All-ACC honorable mention this year. He started 12 games for Miami at left guard.  Before he played at Miami, he spent his first three seasons in the SEC playing at Alabama. In 2020, he was named All-SEC Freshman team. He started 24 games in his final two seasons in Tuscaloosa and was named 2022 second-team All-SEC.

Cohen leaving creates a big hole on the Hurricane’s offensive line, and he will not be playing in the bowl game against Rutgers. Coach Mario Cristobal has been very aggressive when it comes to getting guys from the portal, and now, the Hurricanes are going to need to bring in some more offensive line help.

The Hurricanes will finish the 2023 season in the Bad Boy Mowers Pinstripe Bowl against Rutgers on Thursday, Dec. 28. The game will kick off at 2:15 pm ET and will be aired on ABC and ESPN+.