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Oregon Ducks football player Jonah Miller has entered transfer portal

The Oregon Ducks lost another player to the transfer portal Monday morning.

Jonah Miller, who was an offensive lineman last season before playing on the defensive side this spring, has entered the transfer portal, according to a source close to the football program.

On3 Sports first reported the news of Miller's transfer.

Coming out of Salpointe Catholic High in Tuscon, Arizona, Miller was a consensus 2021 four-star recruit and a top-300 player overall by ESPN (No. 265) and the 247Sports Composite (No. 282).

He was also a top-20 offensive guard by 247Sports (No. 15) and the 247Sports Composite (No. 16) while ranking in the top 30 among tackles by ESPN (No. 24) and Rivals (No. 28).

Wherever Miller lands, he will have four years of eligibility remaining after redshirting for the Ducks last season.

Miller is the third Oregon player to transfer this month. Offensive linemen Jaylan Jeffers and Jonathan Denis both recently entered the transfer portal.

Contact Register-Guard sportswriter Antwan Staley at astaley@gannett.com and follow him on Twitter @antwanstaley.

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