Aubrey Miller Jr.
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Jackson State has landed yet another FBS transfer in what has been a flurry of acquisitions for new head coach Deion Sanders.

On Sunday, ex-Missouri linebacker Aubrey Miller announced his intention to transfer to JSU.

“I have decide(d) to commit to THE Jackson State University,” Miller tweeted.

Miller, who opted out of the 2020 season in September, will have two years of collegiate eligibility remaining when he arrives at Jackson State.

Miller, who opted out of the 2020 season in September, will have two years of collegiate eligibility remaining when he arrives at Jackson State.

The former four-star recruit, appeared in one game last season for Missouri before suffering a season-ending knee injury.

In addition to Miller, Jackson State also acquired former USC linebacker Abdul-Malik McClain, who committed to the Tigers earlier this week.

In late November, JSU also received a verbal commitment from Missouri offensive lineman Dylan Spencer.

Since he was named head coach nearly four months ago, Sanders had gotten commitments from former Florida State athlete Isaiah Bolden, Tennessee linebacker Nyles Gaddy and Mississippi State defensive back Javarrious Selmons.

Also see: Jackson State gets commitment from former 4-star Florida State athlete Isaiah Bolden



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