"I'm an aggressive player with quickness and speed, but I will still bull rush a guy even though I'm not that big," said Miller. "I'm a Dallas kind of player - can go inside, outside, drop back in coverage. I also love returning kickoffs."
Last season as a junior Miller finished with 89 tackles, 17 quarterback hurries, seven and a half sacks, a touchdown on a fumble recovery and return, and an interception. He told us the offers are plentiful this spring with Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Kansas, Nebraska, Baylor, Colorado State, Texas Tech, Central Florida and Arkansas all on the list.
"I'm going to Texas A&M and Oklahoma State camps this summer," said Miller. "I don't have a top two or a top schools list, but I want to have one by the end of the summer. No, I won't be an early commitment."
Miller said he will also try to check out some other schools in between those two camps and going to summer school. His plan is to get ahead and graduate early, so he can join his chosen college program next spring.
Miller is a big time prospect who won't likely have a decision (according to him) until sometime in December. He also reported that his grades are good, and that would be expected for someone expecting to graduate early.
Recruiting: Miller Plans To Attend OSU Camp
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