Four-star offensive lineman Bar Milo has committed to Miami, Milo announced on Twitter on Wednesday.
Milo, a native of West Hills, Calif., chose the Hurricanes over offers from Arizona State, Nebraska, Washington, Colorado and others.
The 6'5", 277-pounder is rated the No. 32 offensive tackle in the country by Rivals. He becomes Miami's seventh offensive line commitment in the class of 2015.
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Milo was a teammate of current Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya last season at Chaminade High School. Kaaya was named the Hurricanes' starter late last week.
Miami opens the season Monday at Louisville.
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