One of the most physically gifted wide receivers you will find at 6-2, 200-pounds Miller has a great blend of speed and strength. So much so that you will often find him lining up at the tight end apot and sometimes the defensive end position. His mother is a Michigan alum and is one of the reasons that it has been widely speculated Ann Arbor will be his home.
In recruiting as in life it is always a good idea to keep your options open and that's exactly what Miller told me last night after a conversation with head coach Urban Meyer.
"Coach told me that he wants me and my mother to stay in touch moving forward and talked about how his offense at Florida centers around the wide receivers."
With the familiarity of Michigan to the Miller family it will be hard to beat out the Wolverines, but if Miller complies with the head Gator anything is possible moving forward. Despite what many are saying, I believe that Ricardo Miller will take his time and do what's in the best interest of not only him but his family. Don't write Miller off just yet.
Miller is from Orlando (Fla.) Dr. Phillips High School.
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