DUNCAN, S.C. - The Georgia Bulldog recruiting train rolls on. The Bulldogs already have 15 commitments in the bag and at the rate they're going will be booked up by October. The latest commitment to fall into place for the Dawgs is Duncan (S.C.) Byrnes cornerback Prince Miller.
"Prince is such a physical kid," Byrnes head coach Bobby Bentley said. "He's a tremendous athlete and the most highly recruited we've ever had here. I've never had a Florida State, Oklahoma or Michigan in my office, but I did with Prince. He was really smart in narrowing down his choices and couldn't have gone wrong either way, but Georgia is getting a good one."
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.
"When it came down to it, it was Georgia all the way," Miller said. "The other schools had some great qualities, but I would sit down and think about it and I just kept coming back to Georgia in my mind."
As a junior Miller had five interceptions and managed to score three defensive touchdowns for the Rebels. He helped lead his team to a third consecutive state title as a junior.
"Georgia is very close to home and my family can come and see me play this way," Miller said. "I went over there and just fell in love with the school, the campus, the town and everything. They just added 7.2 million dollars in facilities and it's awesome."
Miller is ranked as the No. 7 player in the state of South Carolina by Rivals.com and projects as a three-star player.
"Coach Fabris is the guy that has this area, but coach Martinez was actually the first guy from that staff to come here," Miller said. "The next day coach Fabris came in and offered. I really like both of those guys, but it was good dealing with coach Martinez because he is the defensive coordinator and he knows a lot about defensive backs."