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Name: Brock Miller (Transfer from North Carolina State/Personal-Left Team)
College: Boise State     Number: 9
Height: 6-2   Weight: 234
Position: ILB  Pos2: OLB
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.72
   40 Time: 4.82
  40 High: 4.90
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6021
Weight: 234

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Personal-Left Team...2020: NAC...Transfer from NC State

 Brock Miller, Boise State, Player News


  This year has been a wild ride for Boise State linebacker Brock Miller. He transferred from N.C. State for what was supposed to be his final year of eligibility and moved across the country to a city he'd never visited. He's diving into a new playbook full of unfamiliar terminology, and trying to ingratiate himself to his new teammates while COVID-19 continues to alter the college football landscape. And he somehow found time to get married. "It's been a crazy 2020, and it's definitely been a learning process, coming to a new school and trying to learn the system and learn the culture," Miller told reporters this month.

Miller committed to Boise State in January after having started 11 games for the Wolfpack in 2019. At N.C. State, he lined up as a boundary linebacker in a 3-3-5 scheme - a role he said was similar to the Broncos' STUDs - and at weak-side linebacker in a 4-2-5 scheme. The Port St. Lucie, Florida, native's familiarity with different positions and formations and his experience in games against the likes of No. 1 Clemson have already stood out to his new coach. "He's got a maturity about him," Boise State coach Bryan Harsin told reporters. "He's going to come in here and work, he's going to do his part and he's going to build trust with coaches and players on the team." - Idaho Statesman


(DS#999 ILB) rSr/2022 ILB Brock MillerBoise State
News Source: Idaho Statesman
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