2017 National Signing Day Spotlight: Texas Longhorns Add 4-Star WR Damion Miller

Scout 300 wide receiver Damion Miller has made his commitment to the Longhorns official.

One of the higher ranked commitments has signed with Texas Longhorns. Four-star wide receiver Damion Miller submitted his National Letter of Intent Wednesday morning, officially becoming a Longhorn.

Inside the Numbers 

Class: 2017
Position: Wide Receiver
Star Rating: 4-Star
Height, Weight: 6-foot-1, 193-pounds
High School: John Tyler (Texas)
Scout.com National Rank: No. 154
Position Rank: No. 22
Midland DE Rank: No. 6
Texas DE Rank: No. 6

Scout.com Analysis 

Miller is a big-time receiver prospect who projects to the high-major level in college. Above average size and good speed make for tough matchup, especially in man coverage. Accelerates well in short areas, impressively so for long-striding WR. Adjusts well to ball in flight. Threat in red zone w/verified 36-inch vertical. A bit raw. Will need to add strength, but possesses frame to do so. Plenty of time for young WR to develop further. - Gabe Brooks, Scout.com Midlands Recruiting Analyst.
Downfield threat
Running ability
Body control
Areas to Improve

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER: In a three-year varsity career for storied East Texas program John Tyler, Miller caught 108 passes for 2,448 yards and 25 touchdowns on an outstanding 22.7 yards per reception. In his final two seasons, he played safety as well, registering 70 tackles, two interceptions, one forced fumble, nine pass breakups, and a field-goal block.

2016: John Tyler made the jump to Texas Class 6A, but Miller helped JT go 11-2 and reach the third round of the playoffs. He caught 41 passes for 922 yards and eight touchdowns on 22.5 yards per reception. He also ran once for 14 yards. Defensively, Miller recorded 47 tackles, two interceptions, six pass breakups, and a field-goal block.

2015: As a junior, Miller caught 41 passes for a team-leading 912 yards and nine touchdowns on an impressive 22.2 yards per catch, while rushing three times for 25 yards. Miller also played some defense, recording 23 tackles, one forced fumble, and three pass breakups.

2014: Miller enjoyed a breakout sophomore season with 26 catches for 614 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging 23.6 yards per catch as he helped John Tyler High School to a state semifinal appearance in Texas' Class 5A Division I.



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