Four-star defensive back Kameron Miles (Mesquite, Texas/West Mesquite) is one offer away from having 20 altogether after picking up an offer from Tennessee on Thursday.
Miles, a 6-foot-2, 205-pound safety, was offered by Tennessee safeties coach Josh Conklin. Miles is ranked No. 12 among safeties nationwide and No. 28 in the state of Texas overall.
West Mesquite recruiting coordinator Kyle Ward, who spent time in the NFL as a defensive back, called Tennessee one of Miles’ biggest offers.
“They [Tennessee] have played at a high level in their defensive backfield,” Ward said. “[There are] guys like Jabari Greer and Jason Allen, and how many Eric Berrys are there? I don’t think many schools have offered [Miles] up to this point that have had kids of that caliber.”
Miles has other SEC offers from Arkansas, Ole Miss and Vanderbilt, in addition to offers from Stanford, Oregon State, West Virginia, Kansas State, TCU and a host of other schools.
“I’ve never seen a kid that works like he does on his own,” Ward said of Miles. “I drove past the field on Saturday, and he was out there in the drizzling rain by himself.”