"Nothing’s like our home state," Josephs told the Sun Sentinel. "We know how important it is to make sure we’re going to every school in Florida. We’re going to make sure we cover from the three counties down here all the way up to Jacksonville."
Miami already has a ton of commitments and one of the nation's top 2016 recruiting classes, which has taken on the nickname "Swag 16." Offensive coordinator James Coley spoke with Chirinos about the importance of keeping this class intact.
"If you stop recruiting the kids that are committed, then you’re looking at trying to keep them," Coley said, per the Sun Sentinel. "If you still recruit them like you don’t have them—and that’s what we do with our guys—you don’t have issues."