Buford (Ga.) 2019 offensive lineman Harry Miller has visited Clemson on a number of occasions and made his latest trip for the Tigers’ junior day on March 4.
Miller, a big-bodied tackle garnering early interest from Power Five programs, spoke with The Clemson Insider about his visit and more.
“The facilities were super nice, of course,” Miller said. “But it was fun to see the coaches and talk to the other players that were visiting.”
Miller spoke with offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell and director of football recruiting operations Jordan Sorrells during the junior day.
“We talked about grades and changes happening at Buford,” Miller said.
Miller (6-4, 310) hasn’t yet gotten his first offer, but said Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Vanderbilt are showing interest. His recruitment figures to pick up during his junior year as his frame continues to fill out.
He’s hoping for an offer from Clemson in the future.
“It would mean a lot because Clemson is one of my top schools,” he said. “The staff there really cares and the culture is great.”
What does he offer as an O-lineman?
“I pull well,” he said, “and I am able to perform one-on-one in both the run and pass game.”
Miller also visited Georgia earlier this year. He plans to return to Clemson but isn’t sure when he will be back.