KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Duncan (S.C.) Byrnes is one of the top high school football programs in America. It's guys like cornerback Prince Miller who have helped the Rebels earn that reputation. It's also guys like Miller why Byrnes went undefeated and won this weekend's 7-on-7 passing tournament at the University of Tennessee.
"I am around nine or 10 offers right now," Miller said. "Tennessee, Georgia, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Duke and Kentucky have all offered. Right now my top five is Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Georgia and Georgia Tech."
The 5-foot-8, 185-pound Miller runs the 40-yard dash in 4.4 seconds, has a 300-pound bench press and 475-pound squat.
"I really don't have a leader, I like all five of those equally," Miller said. "I am looking to get out of the state, but I would like to stay in the South or on the east coast. I plan on taking all of my visits."
As a junior Miller helped lead his team to its third straight state championship in 2004, catching a touchdown pass in the Rebels' 35-7 win against Irmo in the state championship game.
"I would really like the chance to play early so I will be talking to coaches about depth charts," Miller said. "How I feel about the coaches will be a big factor for me too. I want to make sure that I get a good education wherever I go."
Miller is ranked as the No. 7 player in the state of South Carolina by Rivals.com.