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: A versatile interior lineman, Miller earned honorable-mention All-SEC at center as a senior following a 2006 campaign in which he was second-team All-SEC at right guard. Not many players have accomplished that feat in the mighty Southeastern Conference. A zone blocking team will give him a shot in training camp to prove he can be a reliable backup at both spots.
: Positives: Works hard every snap, and is athletic enough to get into position to reach or wall off a defender. ... Adequate burst and feet to combo block and get to the linebacker. ... Handles shotgun snaps well. ... Able to pull and trap fairly quickly, and gets out in front of screens. ... Smart player who makes line calls.
Negatives: Does not play to size and weight room strength on the field. ... Gets blown off the ball by better, stronger tackles. ... Reaches too much in pass protection, instead of moving his feet. ... Often off-balance and lunging when blocking downfield, so he is only adequate at finding and adjusting to targets on the move. ... Lacks a mean streak. ... Not much of a drive blocker. ... Punch is lacking and he does not sustain well.
Was chosen as the SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week following his efforts in the upset of No. 4 Georgia in 2005…Along with Phil Trautwein, became only the 13th and 14th true freshman offensive linemen to play on opening day and the first since Randy Hand in 2002…2006: Garnered second-team Coaches’ All-SEC honors on Dec. 5…Made his 14th-consecutive start of the season at right guard in Florida’s win over Ohio State that brought home the national title…The Gators carried 38 times for a season-high 235 yards and two touchdowns against Kentucky…Played a key role in UF gaining 204 rushing on 36 carries for a 5.7-yard average versus UCF…Drew the starting assignment at right guard in the 34- 7 win over Southern Miss.
Saw action in all 12 games, starting the first four games of the season at guard…Had his best game against Georgia, earning SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors.
Saw action in four games (Eastern Michigan, Middle Tennessee State, Vanderbilt, and South Carolina) for 28 plays…Saw first career action vs. Eastern Michigan, recording one knockdown in career-high 12 plays…Participated in one play at Vanderbilt and three snaps vs. South Carolina.
Played tackle in high school...Member of the 2003 USA Today All-American second-team offensive unit...Rated a four-star athlete and the sixth-best offensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com...Checks in on the Rivals.com 100 as the 61st-best prospect in the nation...Played in the U.S Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio...Rated the seventh-best prospect in the state of Florida by SuperPrep's All-America issue...Ranked 11th among the Orlando Sentinel's top 100 recruits in the state of Florida...Named to Florida's Class 5A first-team All-State...High school teammate of current Gator offensive lineman Steve Rissler...Graded out at nearly 90 percent as a junior and had 70 pancake blocks...One of the top shot putters in the state with a toss of 53-0 and has thrown the discus 152-0...Won the district in both events his senior year...An Olympic style weightlifter (a style that combines clean and jerk as well as snatch lifting)...Holds the Florida state records in snatch and clean and jerk as well as total (combines the two)...State champion the four years in Florida...Qualified for five-straight national championships...Started lifting at age 12...Also considered FSU, Miami, Tennessee and Georgia...Football coach was John Sprague.