Michael Redding III
2022 (Third-Year Redshirt Freshman): Began the season off in the opener against Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 3) with two receptions for a total of 31 yards, including one touchdown…Finished with three receptions for a total of 45 yards in win over Southern Miss (Sept. 10)…Caught three passes for a total of 45 yards in win over Southern Miss (Sept. 10)…Caught three passes for 29 yards at Texas A&M (Sept. 17)…Totaled 28 yards on two catches against MTSU (Sept. 24)…
2021 (True Freshman*): Saw action in four games before season was cut short to injury…Had one catch in season opener against Alabama (Sept. 4)…Played against Michigan State (Sept. 18)…Played in win over Central Connecticut State (Sept. 25)…Game against Virginia (Sept. 30) was final outing of year before season-ending injury.
2020 (True Freshman): Saw action in seven games in first season…Caught three passes for 19 yards with one touchdown reception…Made career debut in season opener against UAB (Sept. 10)…Played in road win at top-20 Louisville (Sept 19)…Caught first two passes of career, including one touchdown pass, in romp of rival Florida State (Sept. 26)…Totaled 13 yards in win over Seminoles…Played at top-ranked Clemson (Oct. 10)…Saw action in regular season finale against North Carolina (Dec. 12)…Had 6-yard reception in 2020 Cheez-It Bowl against Oklahoma State (Dec. 29).
High School: A consensus four-star prospect by 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals…Ranked No. 103 overall nationally, No. 20 at his position and No. 15 in Florida by Rivals.com…Rated No. 214 in the ESPN300…Listed as the No. 35 wide receiver in the country and No. 34 player in Florida by ESPN…Rated No. 167 nationally by 247 Composite…Listed as the No. 29 wide receiver nationally and No. 25 player in Florida by 247 Composite…Selected to participate in 2020 Under Armour All-America Game…Participated in The Opening in the summer of 2019…Caught 17 passes for 202 yards and one touchdown as a senior in 2019…Chose Miami over offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, LSU, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Penn State, Pitt, Purdue, South Carolina, Syracuse, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Washington State, among others.
* indicates student-athlete received extra year of eligibility in 2021 due to 2020 season affected by COVID-19 pandemic