Position
Center
Height
6'2
Weight
267 lbs.
Class
Senior
Hometown
Alexandria, La.
High School
Alexandria HS

1990 COACHES ALL-SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE
1990 AP ALL-SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE (First team)

Developed into the most consistent performer on the Tigers’ offensive front in 1989 and was one of the dominant linemen in the SEC in 1990 … LSU coaches said he always accounted for his man, regardless of the blocking scheme … “He has the attitude that his man isn’t going to make the play,” said his 0-line coach, Kenny Ferro … Inherited the position from Todd Coutee and quickly established himself as one of the top centers in the SEC … Equally strong as a run blocker and pass blocker … Great technique, smart player … was a backup guard to Ruffin Rodrigue before moving to center before the 1988 season.

SENIOR SEASON (1990)
Named to the Coaches’ All-southeastern Conference team at center … Selected to AP All-SEC second team … Started all 11 games at center … Blocked for No. 3 rusher in SEC, Harvey Williams.

JUNIOR SEASON (1989)
Played and started in all but one game, sitting out the Ole Miss contest … Graded out particularly well against Florida state and Auburn, rising to the occasion against some of the toughest foes on the LSU schedule … One of his greatest assets is keen intelligence … Adjusted quickly to shotgun snap in seventh game of season, highlight of which was perfect shotgun directly to tailback Eddie Fuller for nine-yard gain that set up a touchdown.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (1988)
A solid backup to starting center Todd Coutee, Miller played in seven games, including a starting assignment at Florida when Coutee was out with an injury … Graded out best among the LSU offensive linemen in the Florida contest.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (1987)
Backed up Ruffin Rodrigue at left guard, playing in the first nine regular season games and in the Mazda Gator Bowl … Was available as a backup center as well, but was not pressed into that service.

FRESHMAN SEASON (1986)
Redshirted true freshman season.

HIGH SCHOOL
Was first-team Quad-A all-state in 1985 and was a member of the state Top 24, as named by the Baton Rouge Morning Advocate … A two-year letterman, he also served as a long snapper on punts, PATs and field goals.

 

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