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Ricardo Miller Goes Blue

GoBluewolverine is reporting that Ricardo Miller, a Wide Receiver/Tight End from Orlando's Dr. Phillips High School has given his word to become Michigan's first commitment in the class of 2010. Miller is a big receiver at 6-2 and over 200 pounds.

Recruiting Notes
Miller has always been aware of Michigan, as his mom is an alumna (who favored Michigan as a destination for Ricardo). However, Michigan fans first became aware of him when he attended the summer 2008 Rich Rodriguez Football Camp for the entire week. He also attended the Friday Night Lights camp at the University of Florida, but still seemed to be favoring Michigan. Through these events, Miller formed friendships with Michigan 2010 targets Marvin Robinson (who also appears to favor Michigan early in the process) and Jeremy Jackson (the son of RB coach Fred Jackson). In August, Miller went on the record saying that Michigan was his leader (info in header), and made plans for a fall visit to Ann Arbor for the Michigan State game. However, it didn't take Miller that long to pull the trigger, and he became Michigan's first 2010 commit tonight.

Player Notes
As previously noted, Miller is a big wideout, who may find his home at Michigan as an athletic pass-catching TE. In fact, tight end is where he spends most of his time on offense for Dr. Phillips, and he even has enough size to play defensive end on the other side of the ball. However, without a growth spurt, I would expect him to stay at WR on offense, being a big red zone threat. He has very good speed for a TE (decent for a WR), and is even known to take a tight end-around or two for his high schol team. He also has a big body, allowing him to overpower defenders, and he has decent hands. As a blocker, he is good on the high school level, but would need to improve his strength to block D-I defensive linemen.


Sophomore highlights at TE and WR.

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“Ricardo Miller Goes Blue”

  1. Blogger Brian Says:

    Gah! Didn't even think to check, Tim. I used the same YouTube video in my post at GS, lol.

  2. Anonymous Anonymous Says:

    Hell yes! It truly is great to be a Michigan Wolverine! This past Saturday is why I live and die when my team is on the field, and the news just keeps getting better! Welcome Ricardo, glad to hear you're a Wolverine. Go Goddamn Blue!

  3. Anonymous I know nothing Says:

    Also very good friends with Marvin Robinson. Maybe it's time for that 2010 board after all.

  4. Anonymous Obes Says:

    he'll play mostly WR but apparently they'll use him at TE at times for mismatches. i'm excited