Miami had a pair of big-time prospects on campus this weekend for the first game of the Mario Cristobal era.

4-star cornerback Damari Brown and 4-star receiver Tyler Williams were both in Coral Gables for Miami’s 70-13 trouncing of Bethune-Cookman in Week 1. According to On3 director of recruiting Chad Simmons, Miami was impressive to both prospects this weekend.

Brown, the son of former Miami defensive back Selwyn Brown, has visited campus before but was happy with what he saw on Saturday according to Simmons.

“I think he liked what he saw out of the team,” Simmons said in a video for On3. “Obviously a dominant win which was pretty much expected. But he liked what he saw out of the coaching staff, how the team performed. Miami is going to be tough to beat here.”

Williams’ visit to Miami this weekend was a surprise, as he canceled a previously-scheduled trip to Ole Miss in order to be in Coral Gables on Saturday.

According to Simmons, Georgia is still the team to beat in his recruitment. But Miami made up a lot of ground this weekend and could receive another visit before he commits.

“He’s making a decision later on this month and I think it’s big for Miami to get him on campus,” Simmons said. “The buzz is positive coming out of that trip to Miami. It was a big win just to get him on campus.”

Here’s Simmons’ full analysis: