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Miller Picks UW (UPDATED)

Jordan Miller, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound cornerback from Oceanside, Calif., verbally committed to Washington Saturday night after unofficial visits to UW, Washington State, Oregon, and Oregon State. He had standing offers from UW, WSU, Boise State, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, and Utah.

“That’s where I’m going to school,” Miller told Dawgman.com when asked about his verbal commitment to the Huskies. “I called coach Pete (Chris Petersen) and let him know that I want to be a Dawg. He was excited, coach (Jimmy) Lake was excited. All the coaches were excited. It made me feel good. I’m positive I made the right decision.” Miller visited Montlake a month ago, and the good feelings he...

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