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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: (+) Sept 2021 Undisclosed INJ/Out for 2021...2020: NAC...2019: (+) Oct 2019 Sternum INJ/Out for 2019

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  06/12/20 - SS Chris MillerrJr/2023, Colorado, 6-0, 190 (DS#999 SS) + More +

  When healthy, Chris Miller has been arguably the best cornerback at Colorado the past two seasons. CU coaches are hoping he can be more than that. A 6-foot, 190-pound junior, Miller could be wind up being one of the most versatile and impactful players on the Buffaloes' defense next season. "We were doing a Zoom donor meeting a couple weeks ago," defensive coordinator Tyson Summers said, "and one of the questions that was asked was, 'Who do you feel is going to be a player that really jumps out this season?' And (Miller) was one of the first names that I mentioned in that group." A cornerback since he arrived in Boulder from Denton, Texas, in the summer of 2017, Miller was listed as the starting strong safety in a recent "pencil" depth chart released by CU. He is also a candidate to play in CU's "star" position, a defensive back/linebacker hybrid.

"We feel that he's a unique player that can do a lot of things," head coach Karl Dorrell said. "We want him in multiple roles and he's embraced that challenge. But it's just a matter of getting him in those positions to see if he can handle all that information. We do plan on him being a big factor." For Miller to be a big factor, he has to be healthy, and that's been his biggest challenge. He has played in only 10 games at CU, with his 2018 season cut short because of a fractured thumb and his 2019 season limited to four games because of a torn ACL. He also missed spring practices in 2019 with a dislocated shoulder. "Physically I'm feeling good," Miller said last week. "I've been working really hard trying to get back as healthy as I can. I'm trying to be ready and have a great year and show the NFL scouts that I can be a great player and I will be." - Daily Camera

(DS#999 SS) rJr/2023 SS Chris MillerColorado
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