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 Data Scout Notes: Redshirted due to knee injury in '19. Transferred from Eastern Arizona College for '19. 1st team All-WSFL, All-Region w/44 TT, 3 TFL, INT returned for a TD, 12 PBU, FR, FF in '18. 41 TT, 3 TFL, INT in '17.

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  Dreshun Miller makes this list of West Virginia University's most important players without ever playing a snap as a Mountaineer. WVU coaches had plans on playing him plenty of snaps in 2019. The junior college cornerback arrived in Morgantown with a stout resume, but a preseason knee injury dashed those hopes before they even got a chance to form. Miller was lost for the 2019 campaign to rehab that knee. Now he's healthy and WVU coaches no longer have to keep those plans on hold. Miller will be expected to step into a significant role in the Mountaineers' secondary, replacing some very talented people.

Miller's value does not come solely from how good he could be, but also from who he's supplanting. Keith Washington and Hakeem Bailey were crucial to a good chunk of the success the Mountaineer secondary did see last season. Washington was an All-Big 12 second-teamer who ranked in the top 25 in the Football Bowl Subdivision for passes defended and was named to the East-West Shrine game. Bailey finished fourth on the team with 57 tackles and broke up nine passes over 12 games in 2019. Miller's past exploits make him a prime candidate to help in that cause. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound redshirt junior was a four-star prospect out of Sprayberry High School and had offers from LSU, Texas A&M, Tennessee and Auburn, among others. - Charleston Gazette-Mail

(DS#62 CB) rJr/2022 CB Dreshun MillerWest Virginia
News Source: Charleston Gazette-Mail
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