Miami earns another recruiting win over Florida by landing in-state OL prospect
Miami added a big piece to its 2023 recruiting class on Thursday night.
The Hurricanes picked up a commitment from 3-star offensive lineman Tommy Kinsler. He chose the Canes over Florida, Florida State and Tennessee, amongst others.
Here’s his announcement:
Gods plan 305 let’s go 🙌🏽 pic.twitter.com/4jFWTfm1Bm
— Tommy Kinsler AKA Bruno (@tommykinsler) July 28, 2022
Kinsler is the No. 66 interior offensive lineman in the country, according to 247Sports Composite rankings. He attends Trinity Catholic High School in Ocala, Fla.
Given Kinsler’s impressive offer list, it’s possible his ranking will jump in the coming months after the major recruiting services have a chance to evaluate his senior film.
Kinsler is a former Florida commitment. He backed off that pledge earlier this summer following a visit to Coral Gables. He also took a visit to Florida State back in the spring.
Listed at 6-foot-6, 330 pounds, Kinsler has the frame to be an early contributor for the Canes. He joins a stellar offensive line class that also includes 5-star Francis Mauigoa.
As a whole, Miami’s recruiting class is now up to 16 commitments. The class ranks No. 9 nationally, according to 247Sports Composite rankings. However, another commitment could push the Canes as high as No. 5. Miami’s 16 commitments is fewer than any program inside the top 10 except No. 5 Alabama (15).
Here are some highlights from Kinsler’s junior season: