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Sent me a text just now to say Florida leads.
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LORD FORGIVE ME FOR THE GOON DADDY IS COMING OUT TONIGHT
scrape the sides up...
My personal top prospect in the state (SC) for the 2014 cycle. Freakish combination of length and physical ability. Kid has no ceiling.
Text him back and say Gator Nation appreciates it
"You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."
SC fans on TBB told me Miller was a lock to them, though?
And I'm with KML on this. Reminds me of Rolin...but better. Scary blend of athleticism, versatility, and upside. Whoever gets him is getting a stud.
This post was edited by SUGator51 15 months ago
We are "whoever" :)
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Ohhh let's doooo it
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this is one recruit most SC fans seem not to want. I guess his dad (local radio host) has pissed off a lot of the Gamecock fans in the past so the thread saying you lead is upvoted. Also, doesn't seem to fit our 4-2-5 scheme (per insider previous to the UF leads tweet/news). Fits much better in your 3-4 scheme apparently.
I agree with this. Miller is pretty much the prototype pass-rushing 34OLB/standup DE.
To be honest, no coach is going to leave a stud player off their target list. It doesn't matter what scheme you run unless it involves quarterbacks, you want talented athletes and will adjust you scheme with the players. At least that is what good coaches do. I don't know if that is just the spin or what not but no coaching staff would be turning down top talent if it relates to scheme.
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