Miller getting looks on both sides of the ball

San Jose (Calif.) Archbishop Mitty standout Anthony Miller is one of the top two-way performers in the West this year. Miller can play tight end or defensive end in college and is getting looks on both sides of the ball.
Miller, 6-3, 250 pounds worked out with the tight ends at the recent NorCal NIKE Camp but we love his film on the defensive side of the ball as well. Mitty doesn’t throw the ball a lot in their offense but Miller showed very good hands and athleticism at the NIKE camp and should be mentioned among the top handful of tight ends out West this year.
On defense, Miller is an explosive player coming off the edge. He doesn’t stay blocked, uses his hands well and is can really deliver a blow at the point of attack. Miller runs right through opposing players and we love the passion and energy he plays with.
At this point, we’re not sure where Miller projects better at but there is no mistake he’s a player who should be recruited at the high Div I level.
“Right now I have offers from Cal, Oregon, Nebraska, San Jose State and Arizona State,” Miller said. “ASU was my last offer but it has been a while since I picked up a new one.
“I don’t have a leader but five that stand out to me right now are Cal, Oregon, Nebraska, UCLA and ASU. I’m going to camp with UCLA and it would be great if they offer as well. I’ll camp at Cal and USC too. Cal was one of my first offers and they have been on my the longest but like I said, I don’t have a leader and I plan on going through the recruiting process and taking my official visits before I make a decision.”