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Three-Star WR Jarel Miller Breaks Down Trips to Memphis, Vanderbilt

Scout caught up with three-star wide receiver Jarel Miller who broke down his recent unofficial visits and his move to Dallas Bishop Dunne...

Jarel Miller, a 5-foot-8, 155-pound wide receiver announced on Wednesday evening that he would be playing his senior year for Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne. 

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"I am extremely excited to get too Bishop Dunne," Miller said. "They are a great school and they players have already started treating me like a brother. I excited for the spring evaluations and too show all the schools that come what I can do! A major thing I'm excited about though is the academic success the school puts out."

Miller has recently been on a couple of unofficial visits. First he recapped Memphis.

"The Memphis visit went amazing and I loved everything about the campus," Miller reported. "The historic buildings were amazing and made the campus even better. The coaches were amazing and showed me a lot of attention. The current players also told me a lot of good stuff and kept it real with me. I could see myself playing in their offense. They're definitely a top school on my list."

Miller also made a stop in to see a Southeastern Conference school. 

"The Vanderbilt trip was nice too they have great facilities," Miller said. "The coaching staff is also really cool too and show a lot of attention to their players. The campus was also beautiful. They have showed a lot of attention and kept everything completely honest with me. They are a top school also."

Miller is hopeful to get to showcase his skill set this spring and he has already gotten a lot of attention by being one of the top playmakers on the Midwest Boom, which is one of the top-rated 7-on-7 squads. 

"I have gotten a lot of interest since joining the Boom team," Miller explained. "They have been able to help me showcase my skill set. I have Indiana coming this spring to evaluate me and a couple other schools that should be coming through too. A lot of schools are starting to call about how they like my skill set.

I'm definitely going to camp at Memphis and a few other schools."

As a junior in 2016, Miller collected 21 receptions for 436 yards and eight touchdowns. He also had 313 return yards. He earned First Team 9-5A All-District honors.


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