Three commitments from 2015 prospects highlighted the past week's recruiting action in the DFW…
Miller Approaches Double-Digit Offers
A double-digit offer list will probably soon be a reality for Dallas Bishop Dunne receiver Adrian Miller. Two offers arrived Wednesday for the 2015 prospect, who heard in the morning from North Texas before he picked up his first Southeastern Conference offer early in the afternoon. "University of Kentucky just offered me!" Miller said just before 2 p.m. Wednesday. The offers from North Texas and Kentucky push Miller's offer list to nine schools, a third of which reside in the Pac-12 Conference. He already held offers from California, Colorado, Illinois, Oregon State, SMU, Southern Miss, and Tulsa. Miller has taken unofficial visits to Arkansas and Illinois since the start of March, while also stopping by an SMU spring practice, according to PonyStampede.com. Miller is a serious red-zone weapon. Bishop Dunne often asks him to win jump balls over defenders and he does so with significant frequency. Miller's big frame certainly helps him in those cases, but he also possesses good body control and times his jumps well. He also appears to be a solid route-runner and can make plays over the middle, something you want to see out of big, outside receivers. As a junior in 2013, Miller caught 34 passes for 482 yards and a team-leading 10 touchdowns. Miller finished third on Bishop Dunne's team in receptions and receiving yards behind Brown signee Frank Tull and Notre Dame signee Nick Watkins, who will play cornerback for the Fighting Irish. Miller isn't the only FBS-caliber prospect who will play this fall for Bishop Dunne. Darrion Daniels, who got an LSU offer Tuesday and holds about 20 total, is a four-star defensive tackle in the 2015 class.
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