SAN ANTONIO - Deon Bush will be keeping his talents on South Beach.
After considering Auburn and Alabama, the four-star defensive back from Miami Columbus High announced a commitment to Miami during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, adding to a long list of Hurricanes commitments.
"Miami is a great school and at the end of the day it was a great situation for me with them losing a lot of DBs," Bush said. "I felt I could come in and compete for a starting position, and I'm just ready to get on with the next chapter of my life right now."
Bush checks in at No. 68 in the latest Rivals100 and No. 5 at the safety position, although it's likely he will move to cornerback in college.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound prospect will follow in his brother's footsteps as BCS-caliber football player. His older brother, Gary, matriculated through Columbus also and is now a sophomore wide receiver at Purdue.