His senior season in Waco now underway, safety Chris Miller looks to help drive the Baylor secondary one last time.
The 6-foot, 191-pound defensive back who starred previously at Frisco Lone Star High has proven quite the tackling machine in his time as a Bear.
Miller registered 10 tackles in Baylor’s first two games of the 2019 season. In the season-opening win over Stephen F. Austin, he chipped in four solo tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss despite an injury scare.
As a junior, he racked up a career-best 67 tackles plus his lone sack to earn 2018 Big 12 honorable mention.
Miller, who has deflected four passes overall and has a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries to his name, has yet to collect an interception.
The health, kinesiology and leisure studies major, whom teammates voted single-digit jersey in 2017 and 2018, was an all-state defensive back at Lone Star under head coach Jeff Rayburn.