Miller, who was born in Oklahoma, will be returning home to don the Crimson and Cream. "They've always been my favorite team," Miller informed Scout.com. "I grew up idolizing their players and it has always been my dream to go there."
Miller finished his junior season with 29 catches for 575 yards and nine touchdowns. On defense, he had 52 tackles and seven interceptions.
He is currently rated as the No. 23 player on the East Coast by Scout.com Regional Recruiting Manager Bob Lichtenfels , who provides us with a break down on Miller's strengths and weaknesses.
Good- He is a long lanky guy that would draw some comparisons to a Dwayne Jarrett. He is just not as polished yet as Dwayne was at the same age, but he is actually bigger and maybe even a step faster than Jarrett was. He is every bit of his listed 6-foot-5, 200 pounds.
Bad - He just has to be a little more consistent as far as developing his hands and with his route running, but he is a huge potential type of kid.
Future- He has a whole senior year to go, and this kid may be a legitimate 6'6, 220 pounds, by the time his senior season ends. Depending on the depth they have when he comes in I do not see any reason why he will not get time as a freshman or as a red shirt freshman. He is talented enough that he should be considered as a potential All-Conference type of kid.