On Wednesday, a fast-rising prospect from the Peach State learned of his latest offer from Clemson.
Buford (Ga.) 2019 offensive lineman Harry Miller received the news from his head coach.
“It is huge for me, and I am very excited,” Miller told The Clemson Insider.
Miller (6-4, 310) has received a slew of major offers since Virginia Tech pulled the trigger first in April.
Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Ohio State and Tennessee have also offered in June, joining schools such as Florida, Michigan, Michigan State, Mississippi State, N.C. State, Oregon, South Carolina and Texas A&M on his offer sheet.
Miller most recently visited Clemson for the Orange & White spring game in April on the heels of his junior day visit to Clemson in March.
“The staff and the culture there is really sincere and great,” he said. “I have visited there many times and every trip is amazing.”
Miller is capable of playing anywhere along the offensive line, and his versatility is something Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell likes.
“Fundamentally and technically I play well,” Miller said. “But I also do a lot more off the field that separates me. I have played tackle, guard and have even gotten center reps, so I am not exactly sure where I fit, but I think guard.”
Miller said the Tigers are in a good spot after offering.
“They are very close to the top,” he said.
Miller plans to visit Clemson again on July 18.