Hurricanes stay hot on the recruiting trail, adding defensive lineman Anthony Campbell and wide receiver Shemar Kirk
A day after adding Alabama transfer Tyler Harrell, the Hurricanes picked up two more commitments on Saturday.
First, defensive lineman transfer Anthony Campbell picked Miami. Later in the evening, junior college wide receiver Shemar Kirk committed to the Hurricanes. Both announced their commitments on social media.
Campbell, who is entering his third season of college football, played nine games at Louisiana-Monroe over the last two seasons. He had five total tackles and one tackle for loss last season. Pro Football Focus gave Campbell, who is listed at 6-7 and 277 pounds, a 51.1 defensive grade in 57 defensive snaps last season.
Campbell is a Florida native, hailing from Bartow. He played for Bartow High before signing with Louisiana-Monroe in 2021. He is the third defensive lineman to transfer to Miami this offseason, joining Branson Deen and Thomas Gore,
Kirk joins Miami after attending Reedley College last season. He had 45 catches for 782 yards and eight touchdowns in eight games. Kirk, a Nashville native, played two seasons at Reedley, accumulating 1,446 yards and 15 touchdowns on 76 catches.
Kirk is the second wide receiver to transfer to UM this year, joining Harrell.
Miami has added 14 players through the transfer portal this offseason.