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Four Star Safety Kameron Miles Officially Bleeds Blue

Harsin and Co. continue to impress on the recruiting trail. The aggressive coaches have landed Boise State another 4 star safety, Kameron Miles. Miles is standing at 6’2” and weighs in at a solid 200 pounds.

In 2013 and out of high school, Miles was a highly sought after recruit. The former All-American had many offers from schools ranging from the Pac-12 to the SEC. Miles originally committed to Texas A&M but ended up playing at Butler Community College instead.

“It has a lot of factors into it, my little brother Dylan(Sumner-Gardner) is up there… Coach Harsin, he’s a wonderful guy, he’s very upfront and straight and he’s real, so I respect that as a guy…”Miles told Scout.com

After playing at the JUCO level for two years, Miles has decided to move on up to D-1 football, and will be playing for the Broncos starting next season.

 

Marcel Yates was the main recruiter for Miles while at Texas A&M and was also his main contact during his Boise recruitment.

“..Having that trust, I had a relationship with him when we were at A&M… I feel comfortable going to a place like that,” said Miles on defensive coordinator Marcel Yates.

You can find more information about Miles on 247Sports.

Former Boise State defensive end Demarcus Lawrence also played at Butler Community College before attending Boise State.

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About Mathew Douraghi

Mathew Douraghi
Mathew comes to Bronco Nation News from sunny Southern California. He completed his bachelors degree at Boise State in anthropology in 2012. From there he took his academic pursuits to the Bay Area where he recently completed his Masters degree in Medical Anthropology at California State University - East Bay. Mathew loves sports and like his co-author Steven, he loves all his sports teams down in Southern California. However, that doesn't mean he bleeds any less blue as Mathew has been following his beloved Broncos since 2005. After talking to his co-author and good friend Steven, Mathew joined the BNN staff to share is love of Bronco sports with Bronco Nation. He truly enjoys writing for BNN readers and hopes you enjoy his articles!

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