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DL Willie Moise Backs Out Of Miami, Enrolls At Coastal Carolina


Former Chaminade Madonna (Hollywood, FL) defensive lineman Willie Moise has backed out of the Miami Hurricanes’ 2020 recruiting class and will enroll at Coastal Carolina, he announced on Friday.

Moise was Miami’s longest-standing commit in the Class of 2020, leading back to March of 2018, but needed to improve his academic situation in order to qualify, according to the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson.

He was the only player committed to UM to not sign any type of paperwork with the Hurricanes on National Signing Day.

Willie Moise throwing up The U
Willie Moise throwing up The U. (Photo Courtesy of Twitter/ @stefan_adams305)

Moise, 6-foot-3, 291-pounds, is ranked as a three-star recruit and the nation’s No. 45 defensive tackle by 247Sports Composite rankings.

Moise was an integral part of Chaminade-Madonna Prep’s back to back state championships in 2017 and 2018, starting on both sides of the ball. His ability to perform on offense and defense makes him a gem at the next level.

As a senior, Moise’s season was cut short after a torn labrum required season-ending surgery. He then transferred to Orlando Edgewater to finish out high school.

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