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Arkansas Early Signing Day: DL Marcus Miller Signs With the Razorbacks

He could make the switch to the offensive side.

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He’s listed as a defensive lineman but could move over to the offensive side of the ball. Marcus Miller is now signed on to the class of 2019.

He signed in the early signing period, but his teammate Treylon Burks hasn’t due to family reasons. He still expects to sign in February with the Hogs. Miller stands at 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds already, meaning his size is already SEC ready. He chose the Hogs over offers from Missouri and Tennessee.

He overcame an ACL injury in high school and stayed a force for the Warren Lumberjacks and committed back in the summer, right before Burks. His potential move to the offensive line is another in an attempt to bolster the offensive line that is in need of depth in the worst way. He isn’t the highest ranked guy by any means, but the Hogs struggled to fill out the two-deep with scholarship players at points during the year and adding Miller will help with that.