Posted: 4:44 pm Sunday, January 29th, 2012

Miami Hurricanes making a late push for Palm Beach Gardens’ Avery Young 

By Post Staff

RIVIERA BEACH – Avery Young, the four-star offensive lineman from Palm Beach Gardens, is making Miami wait.

But the Hurricanes appear to have plenty of time for Young, one of the nation’s top uncommitted recruits. According to those close to Young, UM is determined to be the last program to talk to the 6-foot-6, 290-pound offensive tackle.

Four Miami coaches, including head coach Al Golden, spent Friday afternoon recruiting Young at a marina on Singer Island. Click here to read a story, from the Post‘s Matt Porter, to find out what went down.

Palm Beach Gardens offensive lineman Avery Young (left), looks over his shoulder as Miami defensive line coach Jethro Franklin hugs Avery's older brother, Detroit Lions defensive end Willie Young Jr., on Friday at Sailfish Marina on Singer Island.  (Bill Ingram/The Palm Beach Post)

Palm Beach Gardens offensive lineman Avery Young (left), looks over his shoulder as Miami defensive line coach Jethro Franklin hugs Avery's older brother, Detroit Lions defensive end Willie Young Jr., on Friday at Sailfish Marina on Singer Island. (Bill Ingram/The Palm Beach Post)