If Ahmmon Richards scored three touchdowns, his father, Mark, would want four.

The Wellington junior said his father's standards drive him to want more. On Tuesday, the son reached a level even his father was satisfied with when Richards committed to the University of Miami. The 6-2, 172-pound receiver becomes the third junior the Hurricanes have captured this month.

"It was more like a feeling that I got," Richards said about Miami. "There was something about the school when I went there for a camp. It just felt like I was home. The coaches were down to earth and really cool. It was just the right feeling."

Richards' commitment reinforces how serious the Canes are about getting the area's best up-and-coming talent.

St. Thomas Aquinas receiver Sam Bruce, the Sun Sentinel's No. 2 prospect for 2016, committed to Miami on July 8. American Heritage [Plantation] receiver Dredrick Snelson, who is ranked ninth in the class, committed four days after Bruce.