Charlotte Country Day offensive lineman Triston Miller didn't have any college scholarship offers just one year ago.
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But after amassing nearly two dozen over the past nine months, Miller has picked a college. A 6-foot-6, 275-pound offensive lineman, Miller will play at N.C. State.
He chose the Wolfpack over UNC, Arkansas, Kentucky and Maryland.
Over the past two weekends, Miller took official visits to N.C. State and North Carolina, the favorite school of his father, Daryl.
Rivals.com ranks Miller as the No. 25 overall recruit in North Carolina for the class of 2019 and the No. 1 offensive lineman in his class.
Daryl Miller told the Observer that his son would play left tackle for the Wolfpack. Triston Miller, a 2017 all-state pick, played right tackle as a junior at Country Day.
Daryl Miller said his son would be moving to left tackle for his senior season in high school.
"Triston's done a lot of good work," Country Day coach Drew Witman said. "But what I'm most impressed with is his leadership and his ability to embrace his quote stardom within the school. .... He's done a great job with this recruiting process, which is a little bit out of control, at the highest level. It's a blessing to help him with it."