LB Josh Miller
6-1, 210, 4.6
Manning High School
Manning, South Carolina
The 6-1, 210-pound prospect traveled to Clemson in late May to attend the one day session in Tiger Town. "It was a lifetime experience," said Miller. "I really enjoyed my time with the coaches. They made me feel like I was welcome. I also like the environment of the school. Clemson is somewhere that I think I could play for a couple of years."
Miller had hoped to camp at South Carolina this week but was not able to attend. "I didn't get to go this week because I was at Palmetto Boys State. I learned a lot about government there."
The offer list is already impressive for the South Carolina star. "Virginia Tech, Florida State, Clemson, South Carolina and North Carolina have offered," Miller said. Georgia, Maryland and Tennessee are showing strong interest and may join the offer list soon.
When asked if he has any early favorites, Miller responded, "Right now Clemson is on my heart."
Is a commitment immanent for the Tigers? "I can't say that yet. I haven't taken all of my visits."
Miller is working hard to prepare for his senior campaign. "I am working out to get bigger and stronger. I want to get to at least 215 by the beginning of the season."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding linebacker from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.
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