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ESPN Profile on Ricardo Miller

The WolverineCorrespondent ISeptember 10, 2009

Nice article discussing Ricardo Miller's transition from Orlando to Ann Arbor. "The transition was a little tough, moving when we did," Miller's mother, Ann Reagor-Miller said. "But he's the kind of kid who has a personality that adjusts to whoever he's around."

Unlike many wideouts, Miller is hardly the prima donna type.

"I just want to be one of them," said Miller of his relationship with his new teammates. "I'm not here to be some hotshot or superstar. I'm not here to take anybody's job. I'm just one of the guys with goals that are going to help us reach the common goal we all have."

He has adjusted well to his new situation, and has something to look at whenever he needs the extra motivation.

"On the days when I'm not going 100 percent or I'm slacking off, I'll just look at that big block M and that will give me the lift that I need to pick it up," he said.

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