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Signed to CU '24 TX WR Dre'lon Miller


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Silsbee HS (Silsbee, TX)

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrelonMiller
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drelonmiller1/

Ht: 6'2"
Wt: 198

247s rating: 4* - 94 grade; #14 WR (#66 overall)
ESPN rating: 4* - 84 grade; #5 WR (#85 overall)
Rivals rating: 4* - 6.0rr; #11 WR (#38 overall)
On3 rating: 4* - 92 grade; #29 WR (#160 overall)

247sports Composite: 4* / 0.9695 rating / #13 WR / #64 overall

Reported Offers: COLORADO, ASU, Auburn, Baylor, Buffalo, Duke, Florida, Georgia, Kansas St, LSU, Michigan, Michigan St, Miss St, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Oklahoma St, Penn St, Stanford, TCU, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas St, Texas Tech, USC, UTSA, Washington, Wisconsin
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Not sure that it means anything but director of player personnel, Corey Phillips, posted Drelon Miller to his IG story yesterday. The scouting report on Miller is incredible:

Devastating offensive weapon who makes plays for his high school team at receiver, running back, and Wildcat QB, accompanied by ample defensive snaps and return game experience. Wins with physical tools, instincts, tenacity, and football IQ.

One of the most dynamic run-after-catch playmakers in the country. Produced astronomical receiving numbers and limited-but-strong rushing totals in sophomore and junior campaigns.

Contested-throw bully. Plays much larger than on-paper size. Very strong hands and a stout-trunked build knock defenders out of his orbit. Not afraid to work the middle of the field and will torture smaller defenders there with physicality and relentlessness.

Violent runner with running back's gait. Open-field galloper with adequate to above average top-end field speed. Realistically could move to a full-time running back role and likely maintain similar standing as a prospect.

Knows how to find open space and leak to it when the play breaks down. Flashes crisp short-to-intermediate route snap to create separation. Understands leverage in multiple situations, whether route-running or setting up defenders in jump-ball situations.

Elite ball-tracking. Regularly makes difficult over-the-shoulder grabs look routine, often with away-from-body hands-catching acumen.
I absolutely want to see CU doing great in the recruiting this off season, just to force Adam Gorney to keep writing something he himself feels disgusted about.