Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Jaloni Miller time

Photo courtesy of 24/7 sports
Flying under the radar down in the Los Angeles region is a wide receiver that, at 6-foot-5, shouldn't be hard to spot on the football field.

Jaloni Miller is a tall possession-type wide receiver who has a 180-pound frame and holds just one offer from Utah of the PAC-12. He's drawn interest from San Diego State of the Mountain West. He has been active at different camps, though, and could generate intrigue among different colleges after examining his skill set more closely.

The tall frame already makes him valuable in the third and long situation and across the middle. However, his route running combined with his frame makes him scary to cover. Miller can get deep and get open.

He's not the fastest guy and still needs to develop his speed. In the end, though, Miller is emerging as one of the best kept secrets down in L.A. He's drawn comparisons to a well-known former L.A star - Keyshawn Johnson. He's also a protege of former Oregon wide receiver James Finley.

More on Miller: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHyIRi8-Lak

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