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Three-star LB Brock Miller Picks the Pack

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3-star linebacker out of Fort Pierce, Florida, Brock Miller, has committed to NC State

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3-star linebacker Brock Miller became the thirteenth member of #Pack16 tonight, choosing the Wolfpack over Virginia Tech, Virginia, California, and Kentucky. Those schools made his final five, but a host of others had offered him. Miller is the first Florida product to join the class, but hopefully he will not be the last.

As a junior, the John Carroll star was responsible for an impressive 118 tackles, with 24 of those coming for a loss, as well as 9 sacks. He’s an imposing figure, measuring at 6’3", 208 pounds. Here’s a little taste of what kind of player the Pack is getting.

This should do it for recruiting linebackers in this class, and it’s a strong note to end on. After a few setbacks in the linebacker department, State still managed to land one of their top targets to compliment this class’s middle linebacker, Garrett Hooker. The two make a nice tandem and I think we can call this position’s 2016 class a success.