Top 100 safety Hylton Stubbs goes in-depth on commitment to Miami

Jacksonville (Fla.) Mandarin Top 100 safety Hylton Stubbs has announced his much-anticipated commitment. The 6-1, 190-pounder from the class of 2025 chose to play his college ball at the University of Miami.

The Hurricanes beat plenty of top suitors to land Stubbs. Florida was the top contender down the stretch. There were rumblings about both schools and each had reasons for optimism, but head coach Mario Cristobal and his staff got it done when it mattered most.

Stubbs went in-depth with 247Sports about his commitment, why he picked the Canes, and who he’s recruiting to join him in Coral Gables.

On his commitment to Miami: “I chose Miami because I believe in coach Cristobal’s leadership and the great coaching staff, including Guidry, Jackson, Taylor, Nicholson, Rumph, and Felix. Miami also offers a big market to help me build my brand.”

On the coaching relationships that led to his pledge: “My relationships with the staff were crucial in my decision. I have a strong bond with coach Guidry and coach Jackson, who also have a good relationship with my high school coach Toby Bullock. Coach Cristobal’s family values also resonated with me.”

On his Miami official visit playing a big role in his decision: “The official visit was eye-opening and played a big role in my decision. Miami showed strong interest during the spring visit, and I saw an opportunity for early play. Their impressive defensive line and front seven, along with the strong push during the visit, tipped the scales in their favor.”

On the moment he committed to the coaching staff: “When I told the staff I was committing, it was a moment filled with excitement. I had visited Miami many times and felt a strong connection to the team and campus. My family was fully supportive, and the staff was thrilled when I shared my decision.”

On going from recruit to recruiter, and helping to build this class: “Now that I’m committed, I’m looking to bring some top talent with me. My main targets are Jaime Ffrench, Tramell Jones Jr., Elijah Griffin, DJ Pickett, Ben Hanks Jr.and Jaboree Antoine. These guys have the skills and drive that can make a big impact on our team.”

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