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In his own words: Dazalin Worsham is a Miami Hurricane

Dazalin Worsham has known for some time that he wanted to be a Miami Hurricane, and on Friday, from Coral Gables, he announced that publicly.

The talented wide receiver out of Trussville (Ala.) Hewitt-Trussville has committed to Manny Diaz and The U.

Worsham tells the story behind his decision.


"After going everywhere I have been, I feel like Miami is the best place for me," said Worsham. "I have a great relationship with the coaches there, I feel at home, it is like family for me at Miami and I feel I can excel there.

"I really kind of knew it was going to be Miami a month or so after my official visit. I would say I knew for sure last month. I probably made the decision about three or four weeks ago, then I told coach Diaz and coach Stubbs my decision two weeks ago.

"I think they knew it was coming. They have just been waiting for me to tell them. They were excited when I committed.

"Coach Stubbs is a great receivers coach and I feel he can coach me and make me better. We have a great relationship, we have gotten real close, we talk almost every day and playing for him and in coach Enos' offense is a great fit for me.

"Miami got off to a slow start, but they have picked it up. I think Miami has big things coming and I am going to be part of it.

"My style really fits Miami's really good. I want to help bring that swag back to Miami football."


Worsham is a talented receiver with the ability to play outside or inside on the next level. He is sneaky fast with strong hands and a deep route tree. He is set to enroll at Miami in January and could compete for early playing time next season. Worsham played against strong competition in high school, he comes from one of the top programs in Alabama and he will be ready to compete on the next level.