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ASU Football: Breaking down early enrollee Steve Miller

The offensive tackle is already on campus and will get a chance to take part in spring drills.

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Gilbert (Ariz,) offensive tackle Steve Miller has a leg up this class of offensive linemen. Miller graduated early and is already on campus, which means he is taking part in winter conditioning and he will be able to participate in spring drills.

The 6-foot-5, 280-pound Miller has the frame to play either tackle or guard at the next level. He committed to ASU in June of 2014 and joins Cade Cote as the other in-state offensive lineman to commit to ASU.

ESPN recruiting ranks Miller as the country's 100th best offensive tackle and the 15th best player in the state of Arizona. He held offers from Arizona, Utah, BYU, Colorado, San Diego State and Washington.

Miller started at left tackle for Gilbert High School for the past two seasons. He will likely redshirt in 2015 (as most offensive linemen do) and can play both inside and outside on the ASU offensive line.

Below are highlights from Miller's junior year.