MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Hurricanes added another potentially key piece for the 2014 season on Thursday when it was announced Oklahoma State freshman defensive end Naim Mustafaa will transfer to the team.
Per NCAA rules, Mustafaa will have to sit out one year after initially enrolling early at OSU to go through spring football. Mustafaa was originally committed to Georgia, but then enrolled at OSU before his transfer to UM Thursday.READ MORE: Florida Is Ditching Palm Trees To Fight Climate Crisis
Mustaffaa is out of Alpharetta, Georgia and was a four-star recruit, according to Scout.com, coming out of high school at 6’4”, 235 pounds.READ MORE: Florida Boy, 15, Faces Charges In Death Of Girl He's Accused Of Shooting
Mustaffa will have four years of eligibility left after he sits out this season.MORE NEWS: Coast Guard Transfers 28 Cubans To The Bahamas
Miami has already assembled another top recruiting class for next year, ranked as high as number three in the nation by Rivals.com. Golden has secured commitments from two four-star defensive tackles and another four-star defensive end for next year.