Trojans looking at JC corner

There have been rumors about Fresno City College corner Aaron Miller and his possible interest in USC. We talked with his father Darrin for the following update:

"Yes, USC is one of the schools he is looking at and if everything goes OK academically that's where he will end up. He has the desire to go there and they have the desire to have him, it's just a matter of making sure everything is taken care of in the classroom. The semester ends sometime in December so we won't know until then but if it works out he'll be at SC in the spring."

Right now Miller is starting at corner for Fresno and the team is ranked #3 in Northern California with the only loss coming to City College of San Francisco. Miller is playing as a sophomore after transferring back from Oklahoma where he spent three semesters with the Sooners. He prepped locally at Edison HS in Fresno for former Trojan Tim McDonald.

"It just didn't work out with Oklahoma. He decided he wanted to do something different so he gave it a try but this time we want him closer to home for college. Hopefully things will work out for SC but Cal and Fresno State are also very interested in him. We went down to the Cal vs USC game and met with Coach Carroll, Coach Seto and Coach Burns. They made it clear they want him."

Aaron is 6-2, 205 and his father says he has all the skills you want in a corner "he's big enough and long enough to take on the taller receivers but he's also fast enough and agile enough to handle the smaller guys."

We'll keep track of Aaron as the semester goes along.


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