In spite of the negative publicity that has swirled around the program in recent weeks Miami is still a big name on the college football landscape.
Some recruits have stated that they are no longer looking at Miami while others are taking a wait and see approach.
Class of 2013 tight end Andrew Isaacs of Manchester, Connecticut is one of the Northeast's top prospects among all juniors and already has offers from BC and UConn.
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Those two schools, plus Miami, are very interested in Isaacs.
"I went on Facebook today like five minutes ago and a whole bunch of colleges had contacted me," Isaacs said.
"I know I saw something from UConn and BC but I didn't read the rest yet.
"I know Miami was talking to my coach. I had talked to their coach once. I don't know who else tried to contact me."
Is Isaacs still interested in the Hurricanes in spite of the off the field issues?
"I've followed it but it doesn't really matter," he said. "Miami's a great school regardless. They make great football players. They've had great tight ends."
This Saturday Isaacs will be attending a game at Boston College. He was planning on going to UConn's opener but those plans have since changed.