SoCal WR lands first offer

Corona (Calif.) Centennial has established itself as one of the premier programs in the SoCal region and annually puts out two to three high Div I prospects every year. Last year, it was running back Terrell Jackson (Oregon) and linebacker Ryan Phipps (Oregon) and this year's top prospect is wide receiver Dashan Miller.
Miller, 6-0, 175 pounds caught 47 balls for 702 yards and five touchdowns as a junior to earn all-league and all-CIF honors.
"Dashan is an incredible talent," Centennial head coach Matt Logan said. "I think he's as talented a player as we've had here and is a national type prospect. He could play for any school in the country I believe, he's that good."
Not surprisingly, Arizona State has stepped up with an offer for Miller as the Sun Devils have always recruited Centennial hard and have former Huskie wide out Terry Richardson on the roster.
"ASU is my only offer right now but I think more are on the way," Miller said. "I'm also hearing from Colorado, North Carolina, Tennessee, Stanford, Washington and Fresno State. I like Texas Tech, Stanford, USC, Washington and Fresno State right now. I'm looking for a school that loves to throw the ball, that's why Texas Tech is intriguing to me."
Academically, Miller is carrying a 3.5 GPA and plans to attend the Nike Camp at Stanford in two weeks.