"Right now, I kind of like Florida, Tennessee and Arkansas the most but anything can happen," said Justin Miller, one of the top two-way standouts in the South.
"I have already visited Arkansas and Virginia Tech. I will visit Clemson (1-11), Florida (1-18) and Tennessee (1-25) in January."
Miller is from Owensboro, Kentucky. He plays running back, wide receiver, cornerback and safety. On the season, he has rushed the ball 53 times for 815 yards. He also has 18 receptions for 500 yards and 21 touchdowns, including two TDs on punt returns. Miller, 5-11 and 180 pounds, camped at Florida and Clemson this past summer and is player that loves the spotlight.
He'll end up at one of the higher profile schools in the south. It appears that the Tigers are on the outside looking in as of right now, but he has yet to make his official visit to Clemson, and as we all know, anything can happen then.
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