Miller In No Hurry


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Prince Miller - Defensive Back
Height: 5-11   Weight: 185   Hometown: Duncan, SC (Byrnes HS)   Class: 2006




Though slightly undersized at 5 foot 8, Byrnes athlete Prince Miller has shown he can compete with the best of them. He has gathered offers from Florida State, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Virginia Tech, and a host of others.

Miller still remains under evaluation by Clemson, and Miller says there is no ill-feelings towards Clemson.

"Clemson is still one of about 10 schools I am looking at. Coach (David) Blackwell told me what their situation was, and I understand this is a business. They have to do what is best for them, and I will do what is best for me."

Miller is being recruited to play on both sides of the ball in college, and he does not have a personal preference.

"It is about half and half. I play both ways for my high school, and some are talking about me playing both ways in college, that would be nice."

Miller made a trip to Athens this past weekend, and what was his impressions of the Bulldogs?

"The trip went really well. Everything is in really good shape down there. There wasn't really any negatives about the trip. Georgia is very high on my list, but I would not say any school is my #1. FSU, Tennessee, Georgia, Georgia Tech they all have a lot to offer, and I want to take my time. This is a big decision for, and I do not want to make a mistake."

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Prince Miller Recruiting Profile
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