LB Josh Miller
6-1, 210, 4.6
Manning High School
Manning, South Carolina
Why did you decide to go ahead and commit to Clemson?
Miller: A couple of days ago, I received a note from up there from all the coaches from the coaching staff, telling me that they enjoyed recruiting me and wanted me to come there to be a future Tigers. I said to myself, I think they are recruiting me hard enough, so I went ahead and made the decision.
Are you excited that the recruiting process is over?
Miller: Oh yes, most definitely. I'm just glad that it's all over with now.
Who was your primary recruiter for Clemson?
Miller: Coach Burns.
How did you let Clemson know that you wanted to commit to them?
Miller: I called coach Burns today. He was pretty excited when I told him. I was thinking about it and it was on my mind for a while. I think the call went good.
Who were the schools that you were considering at the end?
Miller: Clemson and Florida State were the main two schools I was looking at.
How is your team looking this year?
Miller: Looking real good. Strong. We've got about 12 seniors and alot juniors coming back so we should be pretty good.
Will you be playing both running back and linebacker this year?
Miller: Yes sir, I'll play both ways.
Miller, who took time away from a scrimmage at Manning High School this afternoon to speak with CUTigers.com, is the 10th verbal commitment in the 2005 recruiting class at Clemson University.
Q&A with Josh Miller
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