Penn State football loses 3-star offensive line Joshua Miller, commits to Georgia
Penn State’s 2023 recruiting class suffered a major loss on Monday afternoon.
Three-star offensive lineman Joshua Miller announced on Twitter that he is decommitting from Penn State and heading to Georgia.
Miller initially committed to the Nittany Lions in late December and claimed that his recruiting process was “107% shut down" in early February.
The offensive lineman mentioned it was a difficult decision but was best for his future.
“I want to thank Penn State and the fans for taking a chance on me, supporting me, and loving me,” Miller said in a tweet. “After sitting down with my family, other role models, and listening to my heart, I want to take my recruitment to another level.”
Miller performed well at a Georgia camp, which led to him receiving an offer. After taking an official visit this past weekend, his commitment to Georgia only seemed like a matter of time.
The Colonial Heights, Virginia, native is the No. 11 ranked player in Virginia and the No. 43 interior offensive lineman in the country for the class of 2023, according to the 247sports composite rating.
With the addition of Miller, Georgia has the eighth-best recruiting class according to 247 Sports 2023 recruiting class rankings.
The Nittany Lions now sit with three offensive line commitments and now sit No. 5 in the nation after falling two spots.
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