Editor’s note: This story was initially published after Miller’s commitment Dec. 9. It has been updated to reflect his signing.
After committing to Maryland football’s Class of 2020 on Dec. 9, safety Glen Miller officially signed with the program Wednesday morning.
“Had A Great Time This Weekend Visiting [Maryland],” Miller said in his commitment tweet. “With That Being Said I Am 100% Committed!”
The Terps became Miller’s first power five offer on Nov. 19, and defensive coordinator Jon Hoke went in-home with Miller just two days before his trip to College Park this past weekend.
Miller chose the Terps over offers from Bowling Green, Idaho, Troy and other group of five programs.
At 6’3, 190 pounds, Miller gives the Maryland secondary a size boost as it looks to replenish its defensive back room. Miller is a big body over the top that also provides closing speed and the ability to lay some powerful hits.
Miller’s announcement capped off a weekend in which Maryland obtained five other commitments in the class of 2020, including four junior college prospects from Independence Community College. As of Wednesday morning, the class stands at 26 players and ranks 36th in the country.