Buford (Ga.) High School 2019 offensive lineman Harry Miller visited Clemson on Saturday with teammate and fellow offensive lineman Riley Simonds.
The Clemson Insider spoke with Miller shortly after the visit.
“It was really great,” Miller said. “We looked at plans for the new facility. We got to look through the stadium, and we got to talk with some coaches.”
What stood out the most to Miller?
“Talking with some of the coaches,” Miller said. “It was also amazing to see the plans for the facility.”
Miller had the chance to talk to Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell, co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliott and defensive backs coach Mike Reed.
“In a nutshell, (they told me) to keep working in the class and on the field,” Miller said, “and continue visiting Clemson, which I hope to do.”
Miller has also visited Tennessee, Georgia, Vanderbilt, Alabama and Florida State. Several schools, such as Princeton, Chicago and Rice, have contacted him.
Miller said the Clemson visit stacks up well with the others.
“I enjoyed Vandy a lot and have visited Georgia and Tennessee multiple times, but I love the atmosphere of Clemson, and it’s a really great place,” Miller said. “I also love the academics Clemson offers.”
If Clemson were to offer in the future, it would become a top school for Miller.
“It would be really spectacular,” Miller said. “Clemson is one of my top schools that I would like to pursue.”
Miller plans to take more visits during the season. The 6-foot-4, 270-pounder hopes to see Clemson and Vanderbilt again, and look at Stanford down the line.
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