Top OL returns to Clemson with mom for elite junior day
Four-star offensive lineman Harry Miller has been a frequent visitor to Clemson.
The Buford (Ga.) prospect is a priority target for the Tigers in the 2019 class. He returned to Clemson again on Saturday for the program’s elite junior day.
“I really enjoyed it,” Miller told The Clemson Insider. “(The highlight was) seeing the coaches again and talking with them.”
Miller (6-4, 310) spent the most time with Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell and co-offensive coordinators Jeff Scott and Tony Elliott.
What did he hear from the coaches?
“Just talking about recruiting for the 2018 class and academics,” Miller said.
Miller was accompanied on the visit by his mother. As is the case with her son, she is high on Clemson.
“She likes it a lot,” Miller said.
Miller previously visited Clemson for the Boston College game last season and has visited numerous other times.
Did Miller’s latest visit help the Tigers’ chances with him?
“Yes,” he said.
Rivals ranks Miller as a top-50 prospect in the 2019 class regardless of position.
In addition to Clemson, Miller has offers from Clemson, Auburn, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio State, Stanford and many others.