Vanderbilt began the week with no commitments for the Class of 2017. After a few days of camps on campus, the Commodores now have three commitments.
The latest came Wednesday evening when two-star offensive lineman Grant Miller committed to the Commodores after a camp and visit on Tuesday.
— Grant Miller (@grantmiller55) June 23, 2016
“I was shocked,” Grant Miller told Ryan Bartow of 247Sports. “Vanderbilt is my dream school. I’ve been wanting to play for them for a long time.”
Miller grew up in Nashville where his father Fred Miller played for the Tennessee Titans. He later moved to Florida. Miller also had offers from Mississippi State, USC and Baylor among many other schools.
Miller is rated as the No. 162 offensive tackle in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite.