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The Miami basketball program already has one high-profile transfer joining the program. The Hurricanes could land two more transfers with an eye on the 2014-15 season.
Alabama's Trevor Lacey and Texas' Sheldon McClellan both are weighing enrolling at Miami after announcing they are leaving their current schools. Unlike incoming guard Angel Rodriguez, Lacey and McClellan won't qualify for waivers granting them immediate eligibility and will have to sit out the upcoming season.
Rodriguez is leaving Kansas State and picked Miami to be closer to his family, potentially qualifying for a hardship waiver. He played at Miami's Krop High. There is no timeline for the NCAA decision on his waiver request.
Both of the other guards still considering the 'Canes have big-time basketball pedigrees.