UGA football flips Penn State OL commit

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The Georgia Bulldogs and head coach Kirby Smart have flipped Joshua Miller, a Penn State Nittany Lions commit. Miller is a three-star class of 2023 offensive line recruit.

Georgia recently offered Miller a scholarship on May 7. The Bulldogs have heavily recruited Miller and now have added his commitment. Miller is projected to be an interior offensive lineman at the next level and is the No. 564 recruit in the class of 2023.

Joshua Miller, a rising senior, plays high school football for Life Christian Academy in Colonial Heights, Virginia. Colonial Heights is located south of Richmond.

The 6-foot-5, 320-pound interior offensive line recruit originally committed to Penn State on Dec. 20, 2021, but has changed his mind and talking to mentors and family members. Joshua Miller is ranked as the No. 11 recruit in Virginia and the No. 43 interior offensive linemen in the country.

Joshua Miller is a good athlete and can dunk a basketball. Miller has recently visited Penn State several times, but is committing to the Dawgs. The Life Christian Academy star has also visited UNC and Clemson. He has upcoming official visits set for Penn State and Georgia.

The three-star prospect is Georgia’s ninth commitment in the class of 2023. The Bulldogs have one other commitment from an interior offensive line prospect in RyQueze McElderry.

Miller announced his commitment to the University of Georgia via Twitter:

 

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