Miami seniors D'Mauri Jones and Earl Moore will not be back with the Hurricanes next season, according to a report by the Palm Beach Post.

Jones, a wide receiver, and Moore, a defensive tackle, each have one more year of eligbilty left and can play on the FBS level next season if they have graduated.

Jones leaves with one catch for 13 yards for his career, while Moore had six tackles in his first two seasons with the Hurricanes.

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On the plus side, Miami scored a commitment from three-star defensive end Tyreic Martin, who tweeted on Monday that he was excited to be a part of the team.

Excited to say that I'm committed to the University of Miami 🤘🏽🤘🏽😎😎😎@MarkRicht @LetsMeetAtTheQB @MiamiHurricanes pic.twitter.com/Mm4KJx2ujI

— TDM‼️ (@_tyreicm) February 1, 2016

The Alabama native stands 6-3, 240 pounds and is listed as the 61st-best prospect in his state by 247Sports.