Colquitt (Ga.) Miller County weakside defensive end Brandon Miller is back and back with an attitude. After missing several games with an injury to his leg, Miller stepped back on the field this past Friday night and helped Miller County roll to a 36-0 victory.
It would have been worse, but two of Miller’s punt returns for touchdowns were called back.
“It should have been something more like 50-0,” Miller, who is a five-star player according to Rivals.com, said. “But the referees were really bad. There was one hit where the kid blocked him so hard it had to look like a clip, but it wasn’t. I was just happy to get back out there on the field and glad we won. We’re 2-0 in the region and 4-2 on the season.”
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Miller, who is 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds, was at the Florida State-Miami game this past weekend and said he was impressed with both teams – when he could see through the rain.
“They were both really good teams, but it was so wet that it was hard to watch the game,” Miller said. “We left at half time it was so wet. It was a good game, but it was too wet.”
Miller said not much is new in his recruitment. He said UGA and Florida State remained his top two teams and he’s still not lined up any official visits. When asked if there were any new teams pushing up his list, Miller said two teams from across the state line were making a push.
“Auburn has been calling me a lot and they look good,” Miller said. “And Alabama is also catching me eye. The Crimson Tide has been sending me a lot of stuff.”
Miller said, once again, that he’s not going to make any decisions about official visits until after his senior season is over. He said he’s hoping to make it to a Georgia game here in the next few weeks.