Elite 2019 tackle high on Clemson

Elite 2019 tackle high on Clemson


Elite 2019 tackle high on Clemson

As Clemson looks ahead to start compiling players for its 2019 class, coaches are sorting out the team’s needs on offense. While quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers are always a priority, it starts with the big guys up front.

Harry Miller could be one of those guys up front if he can land an offer from the Tigers. Miller said he visited Virginia Tech recently and “really liked it,” but does not have any visits planned for this summer yet.

The 6-foot-4, 310-pound tackle said he is getting heavily recruiting by a couple of Clemson’s rivals and has received a bevy of offers recently.

“I get lots of mail from South Carolina and schools have been offering me recently,” Miller said.

He also hears from the Tigers frequently and said he plans to visit for a game in Death Valley next season.

“I get some mail from them throughout the week,” he said. “I’ll probably go to a game.”

The Buford (Ga.) High School product said most of the big schools that have offered him so far are high on his list and they all stand out to him.

“I like Michigan, Oregon, VT, Florida, South Carolina and Mississippi State,” he said. “They all offer very good academics and they have a very positive and great energy.”

Although the Tigers have not yet offered, they are still definitely in the mix and could be toward the top if they pull the trigger.

“I like the culture and environment there,” Miller said. “They would be really high up on my list.”

He currently does not have a set decision date or a plan to narrow down his list of schools, but Miller has a set criterion for what he wants in a school.

“Academics with a good environment and a positive and lively community and culture,” he said.



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