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Rich Miller

Position Linebacker
Height 6'1"
Weight 235 lbs.
Class Senior
High School Martin Luther King HS
Hometown Detroit, Mich.
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Career Honors: 2021: Honorable Mention All-Big 12.

2021 (Jr.): Saw action in all 12 games for KU, while starting in nine … Made his KU debut against South Dakota … Ranked 54th in the league and second on the Jayhawks with 79 total tackles on the season (57 solo, 22 assisted) … Also contributed five tackles-for-loss and two sacks on the season…Had one forced fumble and one fumble recovery … Duke: Recorded a career high 14 tackles against the Blue Devils with seven solo stops and seven assists…at Iowa St.: Posted five tackles, including three solo tackles…Texas Tech: Finished with seven solo tackles and one sack against the Red Raiders…The seven solo tackles tied his career high…at Oklahoma St.: Posted nine tackles and one tackle-for-loss against the Cowboys…Had seven solo tackles and two assists…Kansas St.: Finished with a career-high eight solo tackles and one pass breakup…at Texas: Tied his career high with eight solo tackles, and picked up a tackle-for-loss and fumble recovery…West Virginia: Finished with nine tackles, two tackles-for-loss and one sack in the season finale against the Mountaineers.

2020 (So. at Buffalo):Appeared in seven games… Had 13 tackles, including a tackle for loss on the season… Named Academic All-MAC… Had five tackles and a tackle for loss at Northern Illinois (11/4)… Had two tackles against Miami (OH) (11/10)… Had three tackles against Bowling Green (11/17)… Also registered a tackle against Kent State (11/28), Akron (12/12) and Marshall (12/25).

2019 (Fr. at Buffalo):Saw action in all 13 games, primarily on special teams… Had nine tackles on the season… Had a season-best two tackles at Eastern Michigan (11/2).

High School: Linebacker from Martin Luther King High School in Detroit… Helped lead the Crusaders to a state championship in 2016 and 2018… Named Detroit News first-team All-State and MLive second-team All-State in 2018… Named first-team Detroit News All-Detroit his senior season.