Miller Picks Local School

Daniel Miller had a handful of schools on his list, but ultimately it came down to his childhood favorite. Miller will lace them up in the SEC.

Just prior to hosting a pair of Top 100 prospects in Derrick Favors and Terrance Shannon for official visits, the Georgia Bulldogs picked up good new from Logansville (Ga.) Christian Academy standout Daniel Miller.

"I committed to Georgia," Miller told Scout.com, Monday afternoon.

Miller, a 6-foot-10, 235-pound big man, gave Dennis Felton and his staff the nod this past Thursday, just a few days after making a visit to their campus in Athens (Ga.).

"I grew up being a Georgia Bulldog," Miller said. "My family has been there and it just felt like that's where I wanted to be. I knew I wanted to go there."

His size and ability certainly drew a number of looks from colleges across the country, but ultimately his decision came down to the Bulldogs, Georgia Tech and Stanford.

The three star prospect is the second member of the 2009 class to commit to Georgia. Miller joins Carnesville (Ga.) Franklin County product DeMario Mayfield to make up their current 2009 class.


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