Izavion Miller, mammoth JUCO offensive tackle, announces SEC commitment
Izavion Miller, a 6-foot-6 and 320 pound junior college offensive tackle out of Southwest Mississippi Community College, has committed to play in the SEC.
Miller shared on social media on Sunday that he committed to Ole Miss, and added, “Enough is Enough Party in Oxford Mississippi next year.” Miller was among the more than 20 recruits to visit Ole Miss this weekend. He was recruited to Ole Miss by Jake Thornton.
Miller is the fourth commitment of the weekend after edge rushers Neeo Avery and Jamarious Brown, and tight end Jayvontay Conner. Miller joins an offensive line class in 2023 for the Rebels that includes Baylor School (Chattanooga, Tennessee) interior offensive lineman Brycen Sanders.
Miller chose the Rebels over offers from Jackson State, Memphis, South Florida and Southern Miss.
Enough is Enough 💙Party In Oxford Mississippi next year #Committed @Lane_Kiffin @CoachThornton61 @OleMissFB @Collins_OleMiss @CoachAlexFaulk @JuCoFootballACE @JUCOFFrenzy @247Sports @CoachJones_75 @CourtlandHays @cliff_collins10 pic.twitter.com/kmKm2nsElX
— Izavion Miller (@IzavionMiller) August 1, 2022
Miller continues the momentum for the Rebels as he’s the seventh player to commit to Lane Kiffin and the Rebels since the beginning of April, and becomes both the sixth offensive commitment and the ninth commitment overall for Kiffin and the Rebels, joining Avery, Brown, Conner, and Sanders as well as Raleigh (Raleigh, MS) athlete Suntarine Perkins, Montgomery Bell Academy (Nashville, TN) quarterback Marcel Reed, and safeties Ahmad Brown and Daniel Demery, per The Grove Report.