The Arizona Wildcats added a big, in-state wide receiver from the Phoenix area Wednesday in 3-star Dyelan Miller.
Read on for Miller’s profile.
Height/Weight: 6-foot-3, 190 pounds
High School: Centennial High School
Hometown: Peoria, Arizona
Ranking: No. 1,496 overall, No. 211 wide receiver, No. 31 player in Arizona
Star Rating: 3-star (247Sports Composite), 3-star (247Sports), 3-star (Rivals)
2019 Stats: 30 rec, 460 yds, 7 TD; 1 car, 3 yds, 1 TD
Career Stats: 70 rec, 1,072 yds, 18 TD; 5 car, 54 yds, 1 TD
Other Offers: Arizona State, Colorado State, Iowa State, Northern Arizona, Oregon State, Wisconsin
Early Enrollee: No
Brandon’s Thoughts: Miller was severely underutilized in Centennial’s run heavy offense. His stats don’t really show how talented he is.
He runs pretty solid routes and has impressively strong hands. But that’s not where he makes his money.
Miller is very dangerous once he gets the ball in his hands. He can prove to be difficult to tackle, has unexpected speed, and can create something out of nothing.
He will most likely need a year to develop but I believe he’ll have a great career in Tucson when all is said and done.
Gabe’s Thoughts: Wasn’t featured in an offense that didn’t pass a whole lot, but you have to like an in-state kid who comes from a championship program.
Good blend of size and speed and can go up and get a jump ball. I think he’ll need some time to develop but I could see him ultimately carving out a Trey Griffey-type role.