Colorado lands commitment from elite WR, top-100 prospect in class of 2024
Colorado lost a major piece of its 2024 recruiting class Saturday evening, but the Buffs have filled that loss with an impressive commitment Sunday afternoon.
According to Hayes Fawcett with On3 Sports, 4-star wide receiver Drelon Miller has committed to Colorado. Miller was previously committed to Texas A&M before reopening his recruitment in October.
Miller becomes the second-highest rated prospect committed to the Buffs in the 2024 recruiting class:
BREAKING: Four-Star WR Dre’lon Miller tells me he has Committed to Colorado!
The Top 70 Recruit in the ‘24 Class was previously committed to Texas A&M
— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) December 10, 2023
Miller is listed at 6-feet and 190 pounds out of Silsbee (TX) High School. He has been utilized across the board in high school as a receiver, running back, wildcat QB, return man and on defense.
For the next level, Miller is rated a 4-star WR by the 247 Sports Composite as the No. 13 WR in the country for the class of 2024. He’s also a top-100 recruit, checking in as the No. 64 player in the country for the cycle.
The addition of Miller helps make up for the loss of Aaron Butler, a 4-star receiver from California who announced Saturday he would be reopening his recruitment.
Here’s a look at what Miller brings to the table via his Hudl highlights: