Sunday afternoon, 6-foot-3 shooting guard Melvin Johnson picked the Hurricanes.
A native New Yorker who is spending his senior season at Newark (N.J.) St. Benedict after Manhattan (N.Y.) Rice shut down, Johnson said he clicked with everybody at Miami.
"I chose Miami because I was extremely comfortable with the coaching staff and team," Johnson told Rivals.com.
Wired to score from the wing, Johnson is a tough two guard who is adept at creating space for jumpers.
His bread and butter is his ability to hit contested pull-up jumpers and he feels like he brings shot making and toughness to the Miami program.
"I'm a competitive player who can score and help make the players around me better," said the three-star prospect.