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Academics


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High School
Bishop McNamara High School
School City
Forestville
School State
MD
Guidance Counselor
Jennifer Auchmoody
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Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
225
School Size
880
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
82
School Division
WCAC
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Anatomy
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Biomedical Sciences, General
Major Category
Dental, Medical And Veterinary Residency Programs
Major
Dental/Oral Surgery Specialty
Other Academic Information
Magna Cum Laude (3.75-3.899): 2018, 2016 Cum Laude (3.5-3.749): 2017, 2016, 2015 Dean's List (3.25-3.499): 2017, 2016 Summa Cum Laude (3.90-above): 2015 Received Honors Physics Award, 2016
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Personal


First Name
Miles
Last Name
Miller
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Gender
M
Height
5'11"
Weight
165
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Personal Highlights

Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) - All Conference Honorable Mention, 2018
Offensive Football MVP, 2018
Coaches Award, 2018
JV Football Leadership Award, 2016

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I want to be recruited to play football in college because I believe I am intelligent and have a lot to offer any college football. I separate myself from my peers because I take school seriously (3.76 gpa with an AP and honors classes) and take practices seriously as well. Since the age of 5, I have always been commended on how "coachable" I am. I wasn't the fastest kid on the team, but coaches knew when I ran, I ran my best and I ran hard without giving up. I have been defined as a "program" player in high school and if given the chance in college, I think coaches would agree that I am indeed a "program" player who takes my classwork serious, who listens and respects my coaches, who doesn't mind arriving early to set up the field and stay late to clean up. My knowledge of the game has afforded me to make some quick on the spot decisions, not always the right decisions, but the best decision in my mind for the team. I was taught at a young age that it isn't about me but more importantly about the team. Again, if given the opportunity, I am confident that I will be remembered as a great athlete with an amazing attitude.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I provide consistent encouragement and support to my fellow athletes even when they were not interested in being supported. I stayed away from trouble and gossip and always came to practice early, helped clean up, and left late. As the starting varsity quarterback, I felt it was important to work closely with the freshmen/JV quarterbacks to help them learn the offense and plays. I always speak with younger students about their grades and life in general and provide advice and encourage them to be faithful and pray to God when they feel troubled.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

After taking a health class my freshmen year, I have become more in tune with my health. I am making better decisions on what I eat and drink and making sure I get adequate rest. In addition, during the off season I am dedicated to staying fit by working out in the weight room with our strength and conditioning coach and also performing cardio exercises at home.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Currently an active member of Teens in Action with a focus on the elderly. I have lost two grandmothers within a year apart and I know how important it is to support, love, and protect the elderly community. I am also an active Junior Usher at my church, Mt. Ennon Baptist Church.

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