Posted November 22, 2012 on rutgers.scout.com
WOODBURY, N.Y. – Four-star Metuchen (N.J.) guard Dorian Miller gave his family an early Thanksgiving gift by announcing his decision to stay home and play for Rutgers. Miller’s family watched the announcement Tuesday from behind the cameras at MSG Varisty. His father, Jeremy, and brother, former Oklahoma receiver Dejuan Miller, discussed their thoughts on the decision.
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