LSU has popped it’s third commitment on the third and final day of this week’s Elite Camp, with junior college defensive back Dreshun Miller informing Ed Orgeron of his intentions today.
Miller is a 6-2, 175-pound prospect out of East Arizona College, formerly Marietta, Ga. His commitment had been speculated for a few weeks now, and the rumors accelerated once Miller arrived on campus. Word is Corey Raymond and Bill Busch view Miller as a player who could fit at either safety or cornerback.
Miller marks the 16th commitment of LSU’s 2019 class, and the fourth defensive back. He was a three-star prospect out of high school, but is listed as a top-10 Junior College prospect overall, and the No. 3 corner on 247.
Here’s a look at Miller’s highlights from his senior year at Sprayberry High School in Marietta, Ga.