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Pat Milliner talks Junior Day visits
Milliner has attended Junior Day at Alabama and Southern Miss. He plans to visit Auburn later this month.
"The visit to Alabama was great," he said. "We toured the school and talked about academics. We toured the dorm rooms. Everything was really nice.
"I like Alabama. I like the fact my brother goes there. I also like the fact they will help you when you first get there with your academics. They provide tutors. I also like Julio Jones.
"The Southern Miss visit was nice. I went over there about two weeks ago. I am going back for a camp in June. The coaches talked about the school and the academics. Overall it was a nice visit. I think they have a good program and good academics."
The 6-foot-1.5, 190-pound athlete can play several positions. He knows his strengths and areas to improve.
"I am being recruited to play wide receiver," Milliner said. "I think my speed is my biggest strength. I have to work on my route running. I have speed and agility."
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