Capital HS ATH Matt Miller (Helena, MT) who signed with Boise State on February 3rd, was widely…
Future Bronco Garners Another Major Award
Capital HS ATH Matt Miller (Helena, MT) recently learned that he'll be honored yet again with another major award for his performance both on and off the football field. The future Bronco was the top prospect in the State of Montana in the 2010 recruiting class as he racked up All-State honors and Gatorade Player of the Year honors. Now he can add one more major award to his list of achievements. "I'm being inducted into the Montana Hall of Fame," he said. "Every year they take one player from each college in Montana, one player from each HS division, one legendary ref, and a couple coaches get inducted as well. I feel very humbled," he added.
Head Coach Chris Petersen and WRs Coach Brent Pease congratulated Matt on being one of the 2010 inductees. "I spoke to Coach Pease last night," Miller said. "We just touched base a little bit and made sure we had everything in order. Coach Pease and Coach Petersen sent me a text congratulating me on being inducted into the Montana Hall of Fame."
Miller is an all-around ATH. He has the talent to perform at the highest level in each and every sport that he participates in. He and his teammates wrapped up basketball season with a fourth place finish in the state. "We went into track right after basketball," he said. "We took fourth in the state for basketball. I was named Super All-State my junior and senior year." The Super All-State Team combines all of the HS divisions together to form the best of the best in the state.
The individual awards are great, but Miller would rather win championships. "The only record I care about is state championships and the win column," he said. "I'd rather hang banners than win individual awards."
It appears that most of the 2010 recruiting class will arrive sometime before or just after the 4th of July. "It's not set in stone yet but I'll most likely head over sometime after the 4th of July," he stated. "I'm going to meet a lot of the guys when I get there and just work my butt off in the weight room. I think I might also explore the town a little more," he added.
The future Bronco had offers from coast to coast. Once again it was all about the comfort level with the Boise State coaches and the connection that his family felt with them. "I love all the coaches," he said. "I felt much more comfortable with them than I did with coaches at other places. Both of my parents and the rest of my family are in-love with Coach Petersen. The coaches are definitely in it for the better part of you."
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