Wide receiver Dashan Miller (6-0, 185, 4.45) from Corona (Calif.) Centennial took a trip to UTEP this past weekend and it better than anticipated. Miller has been a two-way standout this fall for a 9-1 team that is headed for the first round of the playoffs this Friday against a 6-4 Arlington team.
Miller has been outstanding from his wide receiver spot catching 47 passes for 830 yards for eight touchdowns in 10 games.
Though Miller has done a great job as a corner as well, he is strictly getting recruited as a wide receiver.
The talented wide receiver has offers from Oregon State, Arizona State, UTEP and Wyoming.
“My visit to UTEP was pretty nice,” Miller said. “I liked it a lot.”
“It was surprising how much I liked UTEP,” Miller said. “I didn’t know what to expect, it was a lot better than I thought I would.”
Miller’s next trip will be to Oregon State on January 7th. He is getting recruiting calls from Nevada, Boise State, BYU, Cal, and Washington State.
“Oregon State is great because it’s in the Pac-10 and it’s close to home,” Miller said. “Though I would like to play in the Pac-10, I’m going to make my decision on how I fit in at the school and how comfortable I feel.”
Miller was an all-CIF selection as a junior.