Class of 2019 offensive tackle Harry Miller told Maize n Brew that he plans to visit Michigan this fall.
“I’m trying to (visit) in the fall,” Miller said to MnB.
The Wolverines offered the offensive lineman on May 17th. He was offered by coach Chris Partridge and coach Jay Harbaugh.
“Some of the Michigan coaches were at my school,” he mentioned. “They seemed very genuine. I wasn’t really expecting an offer, but my coaches have been working very hard to help me.”
The 6-foot-4, 310-pound athlete from Buford (GA) High School has offers to play for Florida, Florida Atlantic, Michigan, Michigan State, Mississippi State, N.C. State, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Toledo, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest.
Of the schools that have offered Miller, he is most interested in Michigan, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Florida, Texas A&M, and Oregon. He likes Michigan because of “the academics and the environment.”
Check out Miller’s highlights from his sophomore season with Buford High School:
Regarding if he would play up north, Miller said, “Lord, yes. It’s not hot.”