Clemson Football Recruiting: Harry Miller offer breakdown

TAMPA, FL - JANUARY 09: Offensive tackle Sean Pollard
TAMPA, FL - JANUARY 09: Offensive tackle Sean Pollard /

The Clemson Tigers coaching staff has been busy on the recruiting trail since the start of the summer camp circuit. Today I will be breaking down the offer of 2019 offensive tackle, Harry Miller.

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Clemson is dipping into the pot once again in the Peach State. At 6-foot-4, 310 pounds, Harry Miller is one of the finest offensive lineman in the state of Georgia in the 2019 recruiting cycle.


Though Miller is listed as an offensive tackle, he showed the ability to play offensive guard as well. When lined up at guard, Miller proved to be a bruising blocker when pulling. He gets out of his stance quickly and finishes all of his blocks. The most impressive aspect of Miller’s game is his patience, he does not lunge at defenders and rarely misses a block.

  • Athleticism
  • Patience
  • Hand placement


Like most elite high school lineman, on either side of the ball, Miller does not consistently face players of the same talent as his. He must adjust to competing with talented players on a weekly basis in college.

  • Competition


After offering Miller, Clemson immediately received a crystal ball prediction for the talented offensive tackle. Landing Miller would be instrumental in Clemson’s 2019 recruiting class as they hope to raid the state of Georgia once again. The Tigers are also favorites to land fellow Georgia lineman and five-star offensive guard Keiondre Jones.

Staying in the state of Georgia, Clemson is heavily pursuing five-star linebacker, Owen Pappoe of Grayson high school and five-star defensive end, Nolan Smith originally from Savannah, Georgia, now at IMG Academy.

Harry Miller could be the first domino to fall for the Tigers in Georgia for the 2019 recruiting cycle.

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