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Four-Star Wide Receiver Set to Visit Miami on Thursday



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Palm Beach Central’s talented four-star wide receiver transfer, Waden Charles, is set to visit the University of Miami on Thursday. Miami has strategically positioned themselves well in Charles’ recruitment after taking multiple unofficial visits to campus this offseason.

During his visit, Charles will have the opportunity to spend quality time with Miami’s wide receivers coach, Kevin Beard, with whom he has developed a strong and promising relationship since Beard’s arrival.

Charles, a rising star in South Florida high school football, showcased his immense potential during his sophomore year with Somerset Academy Canyons. He recorded an impressive 53 receptions for 1,067 receiving yards, averaging 20.1 yards-per-catch, and scored eight touchdowns. His outstanding performance as a wide receiver has garnered the attention of numerous college scouts and secured his reputation as a top prospect in the state for the class of 2025.

In addition to his prowess on offense, Charles is a versatile athlete who excels on both sides of the field. As a sophomore, he notched 1,228 all-purpose yards, displaying his ability to contribute in various aspects of the game. On defense, Charles demonstrated his skills as a safety, registering 66 tackles and three interceptions.

Through his first two seasons, he has accumulated a total of 2,037 all-purpose yards on offense and eight interceptions on defense.

Additionally, the Canes Cookout event on Saturday adds to the excitement surrounding Miami’s recruiting efforts. The event is expected to host a multitude of blue-chip prospects before the recruiting dead period commences. This gathering presents an ideal platform for prospective players, like Waden Charles, to connect with coaches, current players, and the entire football program.

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