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4-star CB Miller has "heavy interest" in UM

4-star CB Miller has "heavy interest" in UM

Stefan Adams
2022 Fernandina Beach (FL) 4-star CB Cam Miller landed an offer from the Miami Hurricanes last month, something the athlete had been waiting on since his recruitment began.

“I was very excited, I still didn’t really believe it when coach announced it to me,” Miller said. “It took me a minute to process.”

The bid came straight from Miami cornerbacks coach DeMarcus Van Dyke, who started pitching Miller on what the UM program has to offer.

“He was just giving me some background on the school and himself,” Miller said of Van Dyke. “He was telling me how they’ve been looking at me for awhile, but just now decided to pull the trigger. He said they prefer me at corner. I could definitely see him being my coach at the next level.”

With the UM offer now in hand, the 6’0” 170-pound prospect says his interest in the Hurricanes couldn’t be much higher, in part because of defensive backs coach Travaris Robinson’s success in developing his players for the next level.

“Both coach T-Rob and Miami themselves have a network of DB’s in the NFL,” Miller said. “And then it’s close to home, so definitely heavy interest (in Miami).”

Normally, the next step of the process for Miller and UM would be to take a visit to campus, but with the NCAA extending the dead period through May, that will have to wait. Still, Miller pointed to UM and another school as programs he would first visit following the end of the dead period.

“I’d probably say I’ll go to Miami because it’s closest, or UCF,” Miller said of his first visit after the dead period. “Really Georgia Tech is the only visit I’ve taken, I went to a game there. They just recruit me the hardest. But like I said, I’m keeping my options open. During the summer, I’ll probably narrow down my options.”

Miller singled out the Yellow Jackets and Rutgers as the two programs that have been in contact with him the most so far throughout his recruitment, while a new school in Notre Dame also recently jumped into the mix for his signature.

“I like them. It’s a high academic school, a good football program. I’m looking into it,” Miller said of the Irish. “They told me defensive back, so I would imagine they can see me playing both.”

While Miller takes the time to learn more about his options, he also plans to use the offseason to improve his game for his upcoming senior season. The Fernandina Beach star played both QB and DB for the Pirates last season, recording a 55.9% completion percentage, 957 passing yards, and a 9-6 TD-INT ratio, plus 1,039 rushing yards and 16 TD’s on the ground on offense; on defense, Miller posted 12 tackles, a TFL, and 3 INT’s, all in 11 games played.

“Just taking it all in still, working each and every day,” Miller said. “I’m trying to get stronger, faster, smoother, and work on my technique.”

 

Comments (33)

How is a 4* CB only getting looks from so few?
-Barely any camps due to COVID

-Coaches haven't been able to see kids in person due to COVID

-Fernandina Beach is out of the way, pretty small & they don't really play anyone. In the school's history they've only had 3 kids go D1 (Western Illinois, the Citadel & Boston College)
 
-Barely any camps due to COVID

-Coaches haven't been able to see kids in person due to COVID

-Fernandina Beach is out of the way, pretty small & they don't really play anyone. In the school's history they've only had 3 kids go D1 (Western Illinois, the Citadel & Boston College)

You aren't lying about the soft schedule, that's Amelia Island "pampered chef" money schools on the north side Metro Jacksonville, FL ( Nassau County, not D-U-V-A-L county). He is definitely a projected ATH to Cornerback in college based on his athleticism which is very good.

He reminds of the CB that played at Shaq's old school that ended up signing with USF. He was extremely athletic and had some dog in him, I think his name was Nick Roberts.

Go Canes
 
like this kid alot.

Him playing qb, and on returns is pretty big for me in showing what type of athete he is.

Im higher on him than some of the local guys
For old heads, maybe this guy can be our next gen Reggie Sutton! Yawl know what that means....
ice cube yes GIF
 
You aren't lying about the soft schedule, that's Amelia Island "pampered chef" money schools on the north side Metro Jacksonville, FL ( Nassau County, not D-U-V-A-L county). He is definitely a projected ATH to Cornerback in college based on his athleticism which is very good.

He reminds of the CB that played at Shaq's old school that ended up signing with USF. He was extremely athletic and had some dog in him, I think his name was Nick Roberts.

Go Canes
knew i'd find you in a thread titled "heavy interest" @Paranos thought there'd be a couple of big booty bitches in heeeere!
 
-Barely any camps due to COVID

-Coaches haven't been able to see kids in person due to COVID

-Fernandina Beach is out of the way, pretty small & they don't really play anyone. In the school's history they've only had 3 kids go D1 (Western Illinois, the Citadel & Boston College)
Fernandina is actually closer to the airport than most of Jacksonville. Once visits start his offer sheet will blow up.
 
2022 Fernandina Beach (FL) 4-star CB Cam Miller landed an offer from the Miami Hurricanes last month, something the athlete had been waiting on since his recruitment began.

“I was very excited, I still didn’t really believe it when coach announced it to me,” Miller said. “It took me a minute to process.”

The bid came straight from Miami cornerbacks coach DeMarcus Van Dyke, who started pitching Miller on what the UM program has to offer.

“He was just giving me some background on the school and himself,” Miller said of Van Dyke. “He was telling me how they’ve been looking at me for awhile, but just now decided to pull the trigger. He said they prefer me at corner. I could definitely see him being my coach at the next level.”

With the UM offer now in hand, the 6’0” 170-pound prospect says his interest in the Hurricanes couldn’t be much higher, in part because of defensive backs coach Travaris Robinson’s success in developing his players for the next level.

“Both coach T-Rob and Miami themselves have a network of DB’s in the NFL,” Miller said. “And then it’s close to home, so definitely heavy interest (in Miami).”

Normally, the next step of the process for Miller and UM would be to take a visit to campus, but with the NCAA extending the dead period through May, that will have to wait. Still, Miller pointed to UM and another school as programs he would first visit following the end of the dead period.

“I’d probably say I’ll go to Miami because it’s closest, or UCF,” Miller said of his first visit after the dead period. “Really Georgia Tech is the only visit I’ve taken, I went to a game there. They just recruit me the hardest. But like I said, I’m keeping my options open. During the summer, I’ll probably narrow down my options.”

Miller singled out the Yellow Jackets and Rutgers as the two programs that have been in contact with him the most so far throughout his recruitment, while a new school in Notre Dame also recently jumped into the mix for his signature.

“I like them. It’s a high academic school, a good football program. I’m looking into it,” Miller said of the Irish. “They told me defensive back, so I would imagine they can see me playing both.”

While Miller takes the time to learn more about his options, he also plans to use the offseason to improve his game for his upcoming senior season. The Fernandina Beach star played both QB and DB for the Pirates last season, recording a 55.9% completion percentage, 957 passing yards, and a 9-6 TD-INT ratio, plus 1,039 rushing yards and 16 TD’s on the ground on offense; on defense, Miller posted 12 tackles, a TFL, and 3 INT’s, all in 11 games played.

“Just taking it all in still, working each and every day,” Miller said. “I’m trying to get stronger, faster, smoother, and work on my technique.”

One thing that stands out immediately is his toughness. Kid is a gamer. Looks a hell of a lot bigger than 6’0 too. I know he’s projected as a CB but I wouldn’t be mad if they tried him as Safety or even WR. He just wants to play.
 

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