Oklahoma redshirt senior wide receiver A.D. Miller is part of one of the most talented receiving corps in Division I.

The 6-foot-3-inch, 196-pound Dallas Bishop Dunne standout acts as a reliable target for former Alabama signal-caller Jalen Hurts. Going into an important Big 12 matchup against Texas Tech, Miller has amassed 55 yards on two receptions.

In a five-year career in Norman in which he had the luxury of hauling in passes from Heisman winners and NFL number one picks Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray, Miller amassed 291 receiving yards and four scores in 30 games.

He graduated with a degree in communications last December.

In high school, Miller earned first-team all-state honors as a senior thanks to a line of 63 passes caught for a total of 1,187 yards and 18 touchdowns. He chose Oklahoma over Notre Dame, Ohio State and Tennessee.

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