NORTHBROOK, Ill. – It’s been more than a year since Ezra Miller committed to Iowa as a high school sophomore. The team’s first pledge in the 2019 recruiting class has aggressively advocated for the program ever since.

The offensive lineman from Holstein (IA) Ridge View High continued representing his future outfit last weekend when he participated in the Under Armor camp here at Glenbrook North High School. The 6-foot-6, 305-pounder locked up with some of the best defensive linemen in the region.

While Miller was less than satisfied with his performance at the event, he was being overly hard on himself. He held up well in an environment that favors the D-Line.

Here he is against one of the better ends in the country, George Karlaftis from West Lafayette, Ind.:

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After the action, I caught up with Miller. It was the first time I spoke with him in person and I learned he’s an impressive young man.

We talked about areas he’s looking to improve, his efforts in helping the Hawkeyes recruit and his intentions on adding to his record number of recruiting visits to the Iowa campus.

Please watch our interview on HN TV:

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