2013 Kentucky Wildcats Football Preview: Darrian Miller/Kevin Mitchell

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#77 Darrian Miller, OT
Junior, 6’ 5” 288 lbs.
Lexington, Ky.

Before UK
Darrian was one of the nation’s top-20 offensive tackles as evaluated by Scout.com and one of the top-125 players nationally. . Darrian has a good combination of size, strength and athleticism. His long reach also is a great asset. Miller played left tackle, left guard and defensive end in high school and he was recognized as a second-team all-state as a junior by The Associated Press. As a senior, he was honored as one of the members of the “Class of the Commonwealth” list of the top-22 seniors in the state by the Lexington Herald-Leader, along with second-team all-state by the Louisville Courier-Journal. He was a two-year member of the all-city team and played in two all-star games, the Kentucky vs. Tennessee Border Bowl and the Kentucky East-West Game.

As a Wildcat
Darrian is projected as being one of the returning starters on the offensive line, most likely at his regular position. Miller earned playing time in his first season as a freshman playing in all 12 games, starting in two. As a sophomore, he started in all 12 games. Miller has been known to learn the playbook quickly and that should serve him well with a new offense coming in.

As a Community Cat Darrian has helped with the Big Blue U Move-In (2011) and with God’s Pantry (2012).

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