As a junior Miller was known for his soft hands and physical play on the field. For his senior year, Miller's goal is to become a more complete player and inprove his blocking, route running and consistency in the passing game.
Some of the things Miller would like to improve on is his 40 time, a reported 4.59 his bench press, from 235 to around 300, his squat from 400 to about 600.
One area Miller feels he was lacking was his junior numbers and performance. He felt he left too many plays on the field, 29 catches for 575 yards, and 9 touchdowns, on defense, while playing mostly from the safety position he had 26 tackles 7 interceptions, 1 for a touchdown. These numbers were good enough to earn him all-county, all-division as well as all-state group II, but not good enough for him.
Offers have been pouring in for this talented young man with no shortage of schools looking to contact him, Miller has heard from the likes of Penn. St. Rutgers, Boston College, Iowa, Maryland, Syracuse, Michigan, and Connecticut have all offered. Currently, Miller's top choice would be Oklahoma. It was his childhood dream to play for the sooners. A lot of his family still lives in Oklahoma and the sooner tradition would be hard to pass.
Another school is Penn State. As long as Coach Peterno is still the head man in Happy Valley, Miller will give them a close look.
Miller is also interested in the Michigan Wolverines. One of the biggest reasons why they are among his favorites is due to the number of wide receivers they have put in the NFL.
The dark horse team will be Rutgers. Miller likes the fact that the Scarlet Knights appear to be a team on the rise, the great relationship that he has developed with the coaching staff, and the school's proximity to his home.
Like most athletes, Miller competes well in a number of other sports at the high school level. He competes in the high hurdles in track as well as basketball, where he averaged a double/double last season. In college, Miller will focus on football.
The team that is lucky enough to land this top prospect may be getting a 2 for 1 deal. Miller has a younger brother that is 6' 2" around 200lbs and only 12 years old. That is right 12. Can you say 2014 top prospect?