Video: Myzel Miller highlights
Sophomore tape of the Netflix star.
, the former star of "Friday Night Tykes," is one of the top defensive back prospects in the Lone Star State from the Class of 2022.
He helped Judson (Converse, Texas)
to a 12-2 record in 2019 as the Rockets made it to the 6A Division 1 state quarterfinals before losing 48-35 to Lake Travis (Austin, Texas).
Miller was a big-time running back on the reality show for the San Antonio
Outlaws and is now making a name on the other side of the
The 5-foot-9, 175-pound safety had 46 tackles and two interceptions as a sophomore.
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One of the top prospects in the Class of 2021. The former Alabama commit is the No. 12 rated cornerback on 247Sports composite rankings and has over 30 FBS offers.
The Hornets third-leading rusher as a sophomore and could play a bigger role in 2020.
Was the starting quarterback as a sophomore last season and is one of three Hornets who starred in Season 4 of the show.
Made an impact in the secondary during his sophomore campaign.
A name to keep tabs on from the Class of 2022. Expect him to take on a bigger role during his junior campaign.
Saw plenty of action at quarterback during his freshman season for a 9-3 Bears squad.
Miller's teammate in the secondary was one of the most productive safeties in the state during his sophomore season. He racked up 94 tackles along with two interceptions.
Recorded three interceptions and forced a fumble in 2019 and expect big things during his junior campaign.
Rushed for over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns during his freshman season and is one of the top running backs from the Class of 2023 in the Lone Star State.