Right in Kentucky's backyard lies a coveted in-state prospect, Darrian Miller. The 6-foot-6, 265 pound lineman could play on either side of the ball at the next level. "He has no weaknesses," said coach Oliver Lucas. "He's awesome. He blocks two and three people every play. He's always moving. His motor is on high alert always," Lucas continued
But it doesn't end for Miller on the field. "He has outstanding character. He loves the game of football. His work ethic is great. This kid is great," said Lucas.
As a junior, it became apparent that Miller would be a highly regarded prospect with his size, strength and athleticism, not to mention his work ethic. "He got better (as a junior)," Lucas said. "He didn't take a play off. He didn't rest on his laurels. He's steadily improved," he continued. "We found out, also, that he's a great defensive player. We put him in on goal line and other defensive packages. He's been a great defensive lineman as well. He's got so much explosiveness," Lucas finished.
"He's playing tackle, but he can play anywhere on the line. He blocks well in space. There's nothing weak about the kid," said Lucas.
Miller is a three-star prospect according to Scout.com.
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