Michael Miller established himself as one of the great wide receivers in Lafayette history and also made his mark as a member of the Leopards' basketball team. He left College Hill with 107 career receptions in three seasons, the third-highest figure among the school's all- time receiving leaders.
Miller led the receiving corps in
his junior and senior campaigns in receptions and
touchdown grabs. His 60 catches in 1969 for Coach Harry
Gamble's team is the second-highest single season total
in school history. In 1970, the Trenton, New Jersey-native
earned a spot on a New Jersey-born All-America football
team. He led the freshmen basketball team in scoring in
1966-67 and later contributed to the varsity program,
averaging 12.0 points and 6.5 rebounds per game over
his three seasons. As a junior, he led the Leopards with
17.6 points per outing. The winner of the 1970 Charles L.
Albert '08 Award, Miller played and coached
professional basketball in Israel from 1972-81.