This one’s pretty simple.
If you like watching a Miami defensive line recruit terrorizing opposing quarterbacks, you’ll like this film.
If you like seeing said recruit throw up the ‘U’ after every sack, you’ll like this film.
If you like dreaming of what Jonathan Garvin will do once he arrives on campus and Craig Kuligowski gets his paws on him, you’ll like this film.
Garvin (6-4, 225), who committed to UM last August, put up impressive numbers at Lake Worth High: as a junior, 96 tackles, 36 tackles for loss and nine sacks; as a senior, 88 tackles, 32 tackles for loss and a school-record 25 sacks, according to coach Micah Mays.
He is set to enroll at UM in January. The Hurricanes also have a defensive end commitment from four-star Sacramento native D.J. Johnson, who reportedly has more scholarship offers (100) than anyone in the 2017 recruiting class.