Clemson received its first commit for the 2019 class, and it is only a matter of time before the class starts to fill up. The Tigers are looking to sign over 20 recruits in the class when it’s all said and done.
With this year’s class still without an offensive lineman, there should be several high profile linemen highlighting the 2019 class. Harry Miller is one of those recruits that has Clemson as one of his favorites.
The Buford (Ga.) standout has visited four of the top schools in the country so far this year, and he might end up taking a return trip to Death Valley.
“I’ve been to Georgia, Clemson, Ohio state, and Michigan this year for games,” Miller said. “I think I might be going to the Clemson-FSU game, but right now I’m mainly focused on Buford as we head towards the playoffs.”
So far each of the schools stood out in their own way, but Clemson had something that really stood out to Miller the most.
“Each one was really great and I loved seeing the coaches again,” he said. “I think the schools I said before have the best fan bases in America so each game-day atmosphere was amazing. But Clemson’s hospitality is always amazing without a doubt.”
Miller told The Clemson Insider Ohio State, Clemson, Michigan and Georgia are all showing the most interest in him. All four of those schools are his favorites at this point, but said, “They may change in order every once in a while.”
Miller has been talking with coaches from all of them and he frequently talks with Clemson coaches Tony Elliott, Mickey Conn and Robbie Caldwell. He will most likely be making his final decision before his senior season, but will be taking official visits to get an overall better feel for the place where he will spend the next several years of his playing career.
“Really just how the people are and the environment,” he said. “That’s the main thing I’m looking for along with academics.”