Georgia's 2022 signing class picked up a big-time addition on Wednesday when four-star defensive lineman Christen Miller committed to the Bulldogs during National Signing Day. The commitment of yet another coveted prospect for the reigning national champions amounts to a National Signing Day gift for UGA, which already had the nation's No. 3 ranked class entering the day.
Miller is ranked the No. 102 overall prospect in the class by the 247Sports Composite and also considered Ohio State, Florida A&M, Miami and Oregon. He is from the Atlanta suburb of Ellenwood, Georgia, and played his high school football at Cedar Grove High School, which won the Georgia class AAA state championship this season.
At 6-4 and 294 pounds, Miller is considered the No. 14 defensive lineman in the class by the 247Sports Composite and projects as a future 4-7th round NFL Draft, according to 247Sports national recruiting analyst Cooper Petagna. Here is Petagna's evaluation of Miller's game:
Possesses growth potential to add additional weight to his frame. Displays good athleticism on both sides of the ball, showing the ability to play multiple positions across the defensive line. Quick twitch explosive with an excellent first step and play speed. Shows the ability to consistently win with speed, quickness, and explosiveness off the line of scrimmage. Powerful at the point of attack with heavy hands. Technically advanced for his age, has a good understanding of leverage and hand placement. Displays outstanding burst to close and change of direction for his size, showing the ability to close space quickly.