Christen Miller's stock has significantly increased over the last few months as he broke onto the national scene this offseason. The Cedar Grove High School student has announced the top four schools left remaining in his recruitment.
Miller listed Georgia, Ohio State, Oregon and USC, programs that have made him a priority target in the 2022 class. That's especially true of home-state school Georgia, after the Dawgs missed on Miller's friend and one of the top lineman in the class, Mykel Williams.
Georgia's perception of Miller changed over the offseason; they started to realize what kind of talent and potential the Ellenwood, Ga. native brought to the table.
Over the past few months, Georgia defensive line coach Tray Scott has been sure to prioritize Miller and make it known that the Bulldogs want him.
With Williams, another Peach State product, already committed to USC, it makes anyone wonder how big a threat the Trojans are in this recruitment. If Miller wants to play with his friend, it would mean the Trojans are in prime position to snatch another top talent from the state.
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