Miles burst on to the scene with a great sophomore season rushing for 1122 yards and 16 touchdowns on just 117 carries. He was named 1st team all region for the 9-4 Panthers.
It was no fluke, the success continued. He rushed for 1679 yards and 38 scores while being named 2nd team all region as a junior. He was also vital on defense and special teams, recording 21 tackles and 1 pick as a corner and averaged over 33 yards per kick off return, returning one 96 yards for a score versus Paradise Valley.
College coaches have taken notice,
Speed is always in demand and Miles has plenty of it. He claims a best forty of 4.4 and was sensational for
So what does Miles want to do in college? "I don't know, I haven't decided yet. I think I might just want to concentrate on football," he told Scout.com in a previous interview.
With his speed and size (5-11 170) some schools have also talked to Miles about playing corner.
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