Miller Makes Ten

Miller Makes Ten

A week after saying Wisconsin would be involved in his recruitment until the end, Toledo (Ohio.) St. John's senior offensive lineman Matt Miller made good on his promise, giving his verbal commitment to the Badgers Wednesday morning

MADISON - Wisconsin's summer camp continues to yield dividends for the Badgers' coaching staff.

A little over a week after earning his scholarship offer at Wisconsin first high school summer camp, Toledo (OH) St. John's senior offensive lineman Matt Miller committed to Wisconsin this morning, according to a report from Fox Toledo.

The three-star offensive guard ranked No.31 in the country by Scout.com chose Wisconsin over other offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Miami, Michigan State and Purdue among others.

"Yeah, I think the O-Line thing is huge," Miller told us following the offer. "It's something we talked a lot about with them. The past few years, turning on the TV, I was watching Wisconsin, to watch the offensive line. Their tradition, it's very impressive. Obviously for anyone who accepts a Division-1 scholarship, the ultimate goal is try to make it to the next level."

Stay tuned to Badger Nation for more from Miller.

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