Dre Miller was a multi-sport athlete during his high school days. The tight end not only played football but also played basketball and competed in outdoor track and field at Old Town High School.
Miller earned a spot on the All-Maine team as a senior after guiding Old Town to a perfect regular season record and a berth in the Class C North final game. He was voted the Most Valuable Player at the Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl after recording 7 receptions for 207 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also caught 49 passes for a total of 1,068 yards and scored 17 touchdowns.
Miller began his academic career at Husson University for a period of time but ultimately decided to attend the University of Maine instead. During his time at Maine, he participated in a total of 38 games over the course of four seasons and recorded 104 receptions for 1,848 yards (an average of 17.8 yards), 14 touchdowns, and a long catch of 90 yards.
How Good Is Dre Miller?
Dre Miller excelled in college football. He broke the school’s all-time record at UAlbany with a 90-yard touchdown reception. He participated in all 14 games in 2018 and made one start.
He finished the year with 16 receptions for 287 yards and one touchdown. Miller recorded his first career touchdown on nine receptions for 129 yards in Maine’s NCAA Semifinal game against Eastern Washington.
What Happened To Dre Miller?
The Giants have re-signed tight end, Dre Miller, to their practice squad, nearly two months after he was released off injured reserve and given a settlement for his injury.