Junior to Watch: Antonio Miller
School: Charlotte (N.C.) Olympic
Position: Dual-threat quarterback
Size and speed: Miller is 6-foot-1, 190 pounds and has been clocked at 4.5-seconds in the 40-yard by his high school coach. Miller has a 39-inch vertical leap, 225-pound bench-press and a 400-pound squat.
Honors: Miller was a second-team all-conference pick as a junior.
Statistics: Miller threw for 2,610 yards as a junior, completed 57 percent of his passes and connected on 16 touchdowns. As a true dual-threat prospect, he rushed for 864 yards and eight touchdowns.
Favorite Schools: Miller lists Florida State, Notre Dame, Maryland, Wake Forest, North Carolina State and Kansas State as his top teams. He has scholarship offers from Kansas State, Maryland and Wake Forest.
Skinny: Having a quarterback that can hurt you with his arm and his legs is en vogue in the college game of today. So that’s why it’s easy to see why the college coaches would get very excited about the play of Charlotte (N.C.) Olympic dual-threat quarterback Antonio Miller.
Looking at Miller on film, he’s definitely a threat to hurt you with his arm. He is deadly accurate with his passes and does a lot of the little things correctly. But if things break down, he can scramble and break the defense down. He’s also nimble on the option and roll outs.
“It’s very hard to stop me because I can make coaches change there whole game plan,” Miller said.
"They don’t know whether to cover the pass or to stop the run.”
Miller does plan on camping this summer at Kansas State and he identified that academics would be major in his decision. Miller has a 3.2 grade-point average.