Clemson is already out on the recruiting trail to try and find its next big offensive lineman that presents a nice combination of physical skills and mental quickness.
The Tigers have found recent success in players like Mitch Hyatt, Sean Pollard and Tremayne Anchrum, who display the ability to come in to the program, learn the playbook and contribute immediately.
An offer could be in store for a 2019 offensive lineman who is just as impressive off of the field as he is on it.
Harry Miller, a 6-foot-4 310-pound lineman from Buford (Ga.), attended junior day back on March 4 and said he continues to get mail from Clemson on a consistent basis.
Miller said he enjoyed his junior day experience and got to talk to a lot of coaches and fellow recruits.
“It was very good,” said Miller. “I love to see the Clemson coaches and talk to other players visiting.”
He also said a future visit is definitely in store so he can get a feel for that true game day atmosphere in Death Valley.
“I definitely want to come back and see another game,” Miller said.
Miller currently only holds one offer, but seeing as it’s early in the process for 2019 recruits, he should start to hear from more schools in the near future.
“I got offered by Virginia Tech recently and I get contact from lots of other schools for athletic and academic interest,” he said.
Miller said he really does not have any leaders yet based on what he’s heard from schools. He also mentioned he is looking at the big picture and wants to make a decision based on what he wants to do after college.
“I don’t know yet,” said Miller. “I really like the Clemson atmosphere, but I don’t know what I want to do in the future. I really want to look at more schools to get an idea of what I want to do after college.”
Even though he has not been offered as of now, Miller said a Clemson offer would mean a lot to him, and that the Tigers will most likely be at the top of his list if they pull the trigger.
“I think so,” he said. “Clemson offers a great education and great athletics, and I really like it there.”
Going into his junior year, Miller said there are a couple of things he is looking to improve on in his game.
“I want to be more aggressive and I want our opponents to recognize me as somebody who is a game changer,” he said.
Miller told The Clemson Insider he believes he has a lot to offer the Clemson program, both on and off of the field.
“I am ranked second in my class so academic ability is not a question,” he said. “In addition, I have lettered as a freshman and as a sophomore at Buford and have proved my ability at numerous camps.”