Miles Stroter Profile
GoBlueWolverine note: as far as his attendance at U-M's Junior Day. He was not there, he was at Illinois' Junior Day instead, where he received a scholarship offer. We had not spotted Stroder at the event, but were told afterward by someone from his school that he had been there -- it got mixed up with Illinois. Still, he was at a U-M game last fall, and was a 2005 U-M Camper as well.
College coaches started talking about Miles Stroter just about this time last year. The 6-foot-5, 305-pound, offensive lineman, from Chicago (King) is a mountain of a man who has yet to reach his full potential. Here are highlight clips from Stroter's junior season.
When you look at these clips of Miles Stroter, keep in mind a couple of things, he still has a little ways to go as far as development. Miles will probably move inside at the next level and play guard. Right now, he doesn't have quick enough feet to handle the blue-chip type defensive end prospects around the country.
Stroter is extremely powerful and he has the strength to dominate big defensive tackles. He also shows strong hands and decent footwork. Illinois was the first to offer Miles a scholarship and there will be more schools that will probably offer early just because of the fact that Stroter has his best football ahead of him.
Miles Stroter Video.
One of the top offensive linemen in the state of Illinois received his first scholarship offer in the mail yesterday. Miles Stroter, a 6-foot-5, 305-pounder, from Chicago (King) received an offer from the University of Illinois. Stroter talks junior days, camps and early favorites.
"Illinois sent me a letter with an offer in the mail," Miles Stroter said. "Notre Dame, Illinois, Iowa, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Miami, Florida and Florida State are all sending me hand-written letters.
"Right now my favorites are Miami, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Illinois and Iowa. I've been to a junior day at Notre Dame and I had a real good time. The coaches at Notre Dame are all good guys and they're very personable.
"Everyone is equal right now but Notre Dame is a school that I can say that I have a lot of interest in. I went to the Michigan State game last year in South Bend. They have great fans and the facilities are brand new.
"I also went to a Michigan game last year when they played Northern Illinois. I visited Illinois when they played Michigan State and Northwestern when they played Iowa."
We asked Storter what his plans are for in the near future.
"I'm going to junior days at Northwestern, Illinois and Miami in February." Stroter said. "I haven't made any plans on camps yet."
Stroter wil be four-year varsity starter in 2006. He started on the offensive side of the ball his freshman and sophomore years and he started on both sides of the football as a junior. Miles was named all-city as a junior and was named a junior All-American by the USA Today.
Chicago OL Miles Stroter: '05 U-M Camper
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