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Michigan offers 2018 3-star DT Coynis Miller Jr.

The 6-foot-4, 270-pound defensive tackle is from Jackson-Olin High School in Alabama.

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Michigan has offered Jackson-Olin High School (AL) 2018 three-star defensive tackle Coynis Miller Jr.

“I found out because one of the coaches had tagged me in it when I got home,” he said. “I kind of knew it was going to come. It’s just great to know that I have the chance to play at the next level.”

Miller is ranked No. 482 overall in the class of 2018, according to 247Sports. He is the 43rd-best defensive tackle and is ranked No. 13 in the state of Alabama.

Along with the Wolverines, Miller has offers to play for Alabama, Auburn, Bowling Green and Florida.

The defensive lineman tweeted, “Been thinking about playing out of state lately.”

Michigan is far away from Alabama and the Wolverines will surely be pushing for the four-star athlete.

As for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, Miller does not know much, but says “it would be nice to play for him and any other coach.”

The three-star does not plan to commit any time soon.