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2025 Tight End Brock Schott Commits to Miami Hurricanes

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Brock Schott, a four-star tight end from Leo, Indiana, has announced he is committing to the University of Miami.

Who is Brock Schott?

Brock Schott is a 6-foot-3 and 215-pound tight end who is a dual sport athlete who also plays basketball. Brock Schott is a very dominant athlete who showed great potential at tight end and as an edge player. He led his team in tackles for loss with 32 and led the state of Indiana in sacks with 19. He led his team to the NE8 championship. Schott is also a two-time all-state selection. Brock Schott committed to Miami University after holding 30 offers (25 are power four) including offers from Ohio State, Florida State, Iowa, and Penn State.

What impact does this bring to the Miami Hurricanes?

With Brock Schott's commitment, they now have two tight-end commitments in the 2025 recruiting class. His commitment pushes Miami up to 14th Nationally and 3rd in the ACC.

How Quickly Can Brock Schott Contribute to Miami?

With Miami currently holding five current tight ends on the roster and two currently committed in this class, the chance at early playing time can happen immediately depending on learning the scheme and continuing to develop his body. The Miami Hurricanes desperately need to add bodies to their roster as they currently have two seniors and only three underclassmen. Miami brought in one tight end last recruiting cycle in four-star freshman Elija Lofton. Brock Schott should at least be in the two or three-deep.

Scouting Brock Schott

Brock Schott is a great athlete and football player. He shows great speed and athletic ability as a two-way player on the gridiron. As mentioned above as an edge player, Brock has a great first step. He can bend and use speed to power. He is very aggressive and relentless in his pursuit of the football. When it comes to the offensive side, Schott will need to learn how to block at a higher level as he is used more as a flex tight-end. When asked to block, he has great drive and shows a willingness He has good route running capabilities as he has shown the ability to sink his hips and snap off routes. Brock Schott will need to continue to develop in all facets of his game but he has great potential to be a very good player for the Hurricanes.


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