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Kentucky star shines bright

When it comes to the top athletes in the Southeast, you can't leave out Owensboro, Ky., standout Justin Miller in the conversation.
"The schools want me to do a little bit of everything," Miller said. "I personally see myself at receiver or safety in college, but some teams want me to go both ways and even play cornerback."
That just shows you how talented the 6-foot, 180-pounder is.
"The season is going great," Miller said. "We're 6-1 so far. I missed two games with a high ankle sprain, but I came back against (Louisville) Male and had two catches for 106 yards and two scores."
All of which shows you that Miller, a three-star selection, is a playmaker.
All of which also shows you why he has some impressive schools on his list.
Miller will visit Notre Dame on Dec. 7, Clemson on Jan. 18, Florida on Jan. 18 and is most likely also going to visit Virginia Tech and Tennessee.
"All of them - except for Tennessee - have offered me," Miller said.
"I like a little bit of everybody. There really isn’t' a team that stands out at this point. I thought Florida would be my team since they jumped on me early on, but now that other teams like Virginia Tech and Tennessee are in the picture, I'm not so sure."