Kent State Transfer CB Montre Miller Signs on with West Virginia
Just minutes after the WVU football program announced Kole Taylor’s transfer as official, another committed player signs on with the Mountaineers.
Kent State transfer cornerback Montre Miller has signed a grant-in-aid and will play his final year of eligibility at WVU. Miller comes to Morgantown after having spent his entire college career with the Golden Flashes.
Miller made his commitment to WVU known on Dec. 18. He will be transferring as a graduate student with one year of eligibility remaining. He posted about receiving an offer from West Virginia just hours after sending out his message to Kent State that he intends to finish his college career elsewhere.
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Miller was a member of the Golden Flashes program for five years, taking a redshirt in his true freshman season and also drawing another campaign from the impact of COVID-19.
The 5-foot-10, 179 pound South Carolina native recorded 52 tackles, 40 solo, in 2022, while also tallying two interceptions, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and eight pass breakups.