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The Book On Jarrell Miller


UConn freshman linebacker Jarrell Miller said the toughest class for him in his first semester has been English 110. The second toughest? Playbook 101. Miller was an All-American in 2005 for Highland Springs (Va.) High School and committed to North Carolina. He left the Tar Heels before the season started and spent the 2006 season at Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy. The 6-foot-2 Miller arrived weighing 270. He is down to 248. (Hartford Courant)


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