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Christen Miller became a Bulldog on National Signing Day. Officially.
That’s something that the #Bo22Moves class has known for several weeks now, if not longer than that. That’s something that he acknowledges prior to his commitment ceremony that has been on his mind for some time.
What did he do next?
“Time to party,” he said. “Celebrating tonight.”
For him, that meant a trip to the popular “Andrettis” racing arcade entertainment complex. He planned to celebrate. That meant the arcade and some “Pop-A-Shot” basketball. It also meant a day when he drifted away from an ideal sports nutrition program for an All-American athlete.
He told DawgNation that he’d been “dodging” Georgia as that school that just kept calling for some time.
Why was it Georgia?
How stoked is he to be a Bulldog?
What does it mean to him to be a part of a “Goon” squad now on the defensive line in Athens?
Those answers are all found in the embedded 1-on-1 exclusive interview below. Miller was gracious enough to record this prior to his public decision.
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Christen Miller: What type of “Goon Squad” has Travion Scott built?
There’s something to note here with the commitment of Miller to the Bulldogs. It means that Georgia has now built a future front that will be anchored by All-Americans Big Bear Alexander, Christen Miller and Mykel Williams inside.
They will be paired with 5-star Marvin Jones Jr. and freakish 4-star Darris Smith out on the edges. Georgia sees a pair of 5-stars in Jones and Williams in that unit, followed by a top 50 overall player in Alexander and a top 125 overall prospect in Miller. Smith saw his ranking increase late to the nation’s No. 160 overall prospect in the country for 2022.
Every one of those guys has something different. Miller said that he’s known for his quickness off the ball. He cited “freakish” athleticism for Williams and called Jones a true technician for his position. He also said that Alexander was aptly named as “The Big Bear.”
He called the future of the Georgia front “dangerous” this week and seemed quite giddy about the havoc that those boys are going to accomplish during their time in Athens.
That’s not even taking into account highly-underrated 3-star DT Shone Washington out of Louisiana.
Miller raved about all of his future teammates this week, including Washington.
Georgia now can boast nine defensive players alone in this 2022 signing class ranked amount the nation’s top 105 overall prospects for 2022.