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Michael Redding III, a veteran of the Hurricanes, has been honored with induction into the prestigious Iron Arrow Honor Society.



Miami Hurricanes veteran wide receiver Michael Redding III has achieved the highest honor for individuals associated with UM: induction into the Iron Arrow Honor Society.

UM made the announcement of Redding’s induction on Thursday, recognizing individuals who exemplify “scholarship, leadership, and character,” among other qualities. Joining Redding in this esteemed society is Miami baseball coach J.D. Arteaga.

Notable members of Iron Arrow include singer Gloria Estefan, Miami president Donna Shalala, and former Hurricanes football player Russell Maryland. Several other Hurricanes football players, including Braxton Berrios, Demetrius Jackson, Shayon Green, and Clay James, have also been inducted.

Hailing from Pensacola, Redding is embarking on his fifth year at UM. Despite facing injuries throughout his career, he has appeared in 26 games, tallying 19 catches for 239 yards and two touchdowns. Last season, Redding participated in two games, logging 12 offensive snaps.

Miami coach Mario Cristobal spoke highly of Redding, emphasizing his exceptional character and perseverance despite challenges. Cristobal highlighted Redding’s academic achievements, accountability, and resilience in overcoming injuries, including multiple shoulder issues. Despite setbacks, Redding continues to push forward, maintaining exemplary academic performance and earning recognition for his outstanding qualities.

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