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Penn State Lands Second Recruit of Day, DE Shareef Miller

Penn State picked up its second defensive commit of the day Sunday afternoon, 2015 three-star defensive end Shareef Miller. Miller announced the news through his Twitter.

Miller is a 6-foot-5, 220 pound Philadelphia native from George Washington High School. 247 ranks him as the No. 28 defensive end in the country, and the No. 12 Pennsylvania prospect.

Miller took an official visit to State College this weekend, after visiting Arizona State the week prior. He had received offers from Arizona State, Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Florida, and Nebraska. Miller had taken four visits to Rutgers, dating back to last year, but Franklin and co. ultimately swayed his allegiance towards Penn State.

As Chris Adamski pointed out, Franklin’s on an in-state roll with his 2015 class, which now has 22 prospects and ranks No. 12 in the country and second in the Big Ten.

Miller’s Hudl page notes he clocks a 4.60 40-yard dash. Check out the rest of his highlights here.

Miller had previously suggested he’d be making his official announcement Feb. 1. His visit this weekend clearly expedited the process.

Defensive tackle Robert Windsor committed earlier today.

Photo: Philly.com

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