Michigan Wolverine Commit: Ricardo Miller -- Posted 2/27/09

ErocWolverineSenior Writer IMarch 17, 2009

Ricardo Miller

Height: 6'3"
Weight: 203 lbs.
High School: Dr. Phillips High School (Florida)
High School Coach: Dale Salapa
Position: Wide Receiver
Recruiter: Coach Rod Smith
Class: 2010 Recruiting Class (Verbal Commit)

Ricardo Miller:

Overview: He is an excellent athlete who plays a physical game. He is also capable of playing multiple positions and is a very good special teams player. Has very good potential and is a good get for Coach Rod and the Michigan coaching staff.

Strengths:
He is a very physical player who is a nice package of size and speed. Plays hard and is physical. Outstanding quick feet that help at stalk blocking. Shows a nice burst and takes the fight to defenders.

Needs work:
Despite the apparent skills to do so, he has not shown an ability to create in space. He needs to work on his cutting and making his first man miss.

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