Vols land Massive Lone Star State offensive lineman Kyree Miller

by | Nov 5, 2019

Tennessee hosted 2020 three-star offensive lineman Kyree Miller over the weekend for an official visit. The 6’4, 370lbs offensive lineman from West Mesquite (TX) did not waste much time in choosing the Vols as his future college home.

Tennessee offered Miller less than one month ago, and the Vols did not waste any time in prioritizing him. Miller was set to take an official visit last week, but he was unable to do so. The change of events led to Miller making his way to campus for the UAB game.

Miller was high on the Vols right after getting the initial offer, and told VR2 at the time, “honestly, it gave me chills, and I was excited.”

That offer came from Tennessee’s offensive coordinator, which showed Miller what type of priority that he was for the Vols moving forward.

Miller wrapped up his official visit on Sunday and returned home to Texas before making his decision. However, what he saw as a huge opportunity turned out to be the right fit for him.

Miller said, “it was a huge opportunity to get an offer from Tennessee because I played my heart out and kept working and God rewarded me with a blessing.”

Miller is a prospect that has not received a high rating at this point, but has a chance to see his stock soar. He is currently rated as the 152nd overall offensive guard and 290th overall prospect from Texas.

Matt Ray

Matt Ray

Recruiting Analyst

Matt Ray is the managing content editor for VR2. He founded VR2 in November of 2017. He is an FWAA Member and covers Tennessee prospects across the country from the Opening Regional Camp series to Under Armour All-American game and everything in between.

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