2005: Second Team All-Patriot League selection...made the transition to free safety and started all 12 games...led team with three interceptions...had a forced fumble and a fumble recovery on the same play during a punt return in I-AA Playoff game at Appalachian State...also made five tackles against the Mountaineers...provided a spark with an interception and 36 yard return to jump start season-opening win at Marist...returned an interception 16 yards vs. Princeton, and went 34 yards after a pick against Colgate...made career-high 11 tackles vs. Harvard...had eight tackles, half a sack and two pass break-ups in win over Richmond.
2004: Started all 12 contests at strong safety...intercepted a pass deep in Leopard territory and returned the ball 46 yards to shift the momentum at Richmond...made eight stops at Bucknell...the final tackle came inside the one yard-line as time expired after Joe Ort's blocked field goal was nearly returned for the game-winning touchdown in Lafayette's 14-13 victory...had nine tackles vs. Harvard...recorded an interception and a 20-yard return against Columbia.
2003: Appeared in all 11 games, starting the final five at free safety, to earn first varsity letter...recorded 30 tackles, including a career-high eight at Holy Cross, to lead the freshman class in total tackles.
AT LARGO HIGH SCHOOL: A two-year member of the National Honor Society...earned All-Conference and team defensive back MVP honors as a senior...a Pinellas County All-Star selection...recorded six interceptions and more than 70 tackles his final season...honored with the school's Mac J. Williams, Sr. Salute to Academic Excellence four times...also a member of the track and field and baseball teams.
PERSONAL: Majoring in Economics and Business...son of Kenya Miller...born 10/24/85.
DEFENSIVE Year G/GS UT-AT Total TFL Sacks Int. Break-ups Fumbles Rcv./Fcd. 2003 11/5 20-10 30 0.0(0) 0.0(0) 0 0 1/0 2004 12/12 23-26 49 1.0(2) 1.0(2) 2 4 0/0 2005 12/12 29-29 58 1.0(3) 0.5(2) 3 6 2/1 Totals 35/29 72-65 137 2.0(5) 1.5(4) 5 10 3/1
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