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Pat Signal: Henry Miller commits to Pitt

Pitt lands a three-star cornerback from Florida

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This was quite a productive recruiting day, as you now know, George Hill committed to Pitt this afternoon. At the same time, Henry Miller tweeted out that he also has committed to Pitt. Obviously the two players hit it off last weekend as they visited Pitt together.  Like Hill, Miller was set to announce his college intentions at 7:00, but moved up the decision and committed today at 2:00.

Henry Miller is a 6'3" 195 pound cornerback from Gateway High School in Kissimmee, Florida. He had an impressive offer sheet of close to 30 offers highlighted by Louisville, Michigan State, Mississipi State, Wisconsin, Georgia Tech, and North Carolina with plenty more. He is a three-star player across the board.  Here are Miller's junior year highlights, and you can see why he is highly coveted. He served as his team's QB, and displays a great deal of athleticism there. His size can either slot him as a safety or corner at the next level.

This commitment (likely) wraps up one of Pitt's most successful official visits ever. Pitt landed five players that visited Oakland last week. They landed linemen Zack Williams, and flipped two Rutgers commits, Phil Campbell and Justin Morgan. Today they landed Hill and Miller.   Pretty eventful week of recruiting indeed.   Stay tuned, still have 60 some days until signing day and Pitt has some momentum on the recruiting trail.