Corey Miller Likes Reputation Of Autzen


Published: January 30, 2009


The lore of Autzen stadium has been told over and over about how loud it can be up and down the west coast and now along with the overall interest in Oregon football the talk of how loud Autzen can get has now hit South Carolina native Corey Miller of Brynes High School in Duncan, SC.

“I’ve heard how loud Autzen stadium is and that some people think it’s the loudest stadium in the country, I like that,” says the 6’5 229 pound weak-side defensive end who reported he recently ran a 4.51 forty.

Miller has become a hot target so far in these early stages of recruiting for the 2010 class as he reported offers from South Carolina, Stanford, North Carolina, Tennessee, Clemson, Nebraska, Maryland, California, Florida State, and Oregon.

Miller helped guide Byrnes to a 14-1 record and a state title as a junior. He recorded 127 tackles, 8 sacks, and 19 tackles for loss from his end position. He also informed Ducks Attack that he was voted All-Region and All-Area for defense.

“I am looking at schools that have a great atmosphere for football along with a great coaching staff and the chance to play early along the defensive line,” says Miller. Academics and location of the school will also play a factor in his decision Miller informed.

So how interested is Miller in the Oregon program?

“Well like I said I am interested in hearing more about Autzen stadium. I also think their uniforms are amazing and the fact that freshman can come in and contribute right away is something I like as well. But I was talking with Coach Gray but I don’t think he is there anymore so I am not too sure how interested they are right now,” says Miller.

Stay tuned to Ducks Attack as we will follow the recruitment of Corey Miller and all other 2010 prospects looking at the Oregon program.

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