Sunday night recruiting notes (thoughts on Miller, et cetera)

UNT picked up its second commitment for its 2015 class today, and it was a big one. Sam Miller, a defensive end out of Canton who was on the wish lists of most in-state C-USA schools and a couple of out-of-state biggies in Kansas State and Oregon State, committed to UNT.

Miller is a high-level prospect and just the type of guy UNT needs to land to improve its talent level.

He projects as a weakside pass rushing end.

Dan McCarney is big on rotating linemen. Miller is the kind of guy at 6-3, 225, who one could see easily see turning into a 240-245 pound end who could do a whole lot of damage.

I will have a full story on Miller in tomorrow’s paper and will be sure to link it here on the blog.

I mentioned earlier that key cornerback target Nate Brooks will be in tomorrow.

I have a feeling that Brooks will jump on board here pretty quickly.

The point is that UNT brought in a series of key targets over the weekend.

I talked to offensive line prospect Chett Munden for a minute or two about his visit.

“I really liked it up there,” Munden said. “They run pretty much the same offense as we do in high school. I liked the coaches and the facilities. It felt like home. They have my interest.”

We have Twitter-based evidence that a series of other prospects where on hand …

That’s UNT offensive line coach Mike Simmonds in the middle.

And we’ve got a defensive line coach Kevin Patrick sighting as well.

I expect to have some more news to post here on the blog in the next few days.

Stay tuned.

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