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Updated: February 1, 2013
2012: Started the first seven games of the season before undergoing season-ending ankle surgery following the Duke game … Was in on 369 snaps at center … In on all 72 offensive snaps, grading out at 90 percent, while also tallying six knockdowns in the opener against Georgia Tech … Was in on all 57 offensive snaps, totaling six knockdowns and grading out at 87 percent at Pittsburgh … Graded out at 85 percent with five knockdowns against Cincinnati … Was in on 75 offensive snaps, grading out at 88 percent at North Carolina … Graded out at 92 percent, but was limited to just 41 plays before going down with a broken ankle against Duke …Had surgery the following week.
2011: Started all 14 games at center, totaling over 900 offensive snaps ... Had a team-high five knockdown blocks in 45 snaps against Appalachian State ... Had four knockdowns and graded 83 percent at ECU ... Worked every offensive snap and graded out at 85 percent with three knockdowns in the win over Arkansas State ... Played every snap at Marshall and graded out 81 percent with three knockdowns ... Worked every snap against Clemson with six knockdowns ... Posted an 88 percent grade ... Played all 66 snaps with three knockdowns and an 83 percent grade in the win over Miami ... Tied for the O-Line lead with a 91 percent grade at Wake Forest ... Went the distance and had six knockdowns ... Had an offensive line best 91 percent grade against BC ... Added five knockdowns ... Worked all 71 snaps at Duke and posted a 90 percent grade with three knockdowns ... Played every snap at Georgia Tech and had seven knockdowns with a 92 percent grade ... Suffered an injury in the second quarter against UNC and did not return ... Returned for the Virginia game and played 61 snaps, while recording five knockdowns ... Went the distance against Clemson in the ACC Championship Game and had seven knockdowns while grading out at 87 percent … Played every snap at center in the Sugar Bowl against Michigan … Won the President’s Award, given to the offensive player who demonstrates the most outstanding leadership during the off-season program and spring workouts.
2010: Worked at both center and guard … Slowed during preseason practice following shoulder surgery earlier in the year … Did not see his first action until the East Carolina game … Had three knockdown blocks in just 12 snaps in that game … Picked up four plays at NC State … Worked 12 plays with two knockdowns against Central Michigan … Picked up 29 snaps against Wake Forest … Registered a team-leading six knockdown blocks during 35 plays against Duke … Played six snaps in the GT game … Had 11 plays at UNC with a pair of knockdowns … Registered another knockdown while working seven plays at Miami … Also worked seven plays against Virginia and 12 in the ACC title game against FSU … Earned Iron Hokie honors during off-season testing … Had a 400-pound bench press and a 410-pound front squat … Was named the top offensive newcomer of spring workouts.
2009: Worked at center while redshirting … Posted a 390-pound bench press in preseason testing … Injured his shoulder during practice for the bowl game … Won his lone match for the Tech wrestling team before undergoing surgery on his shoulder … Missed off-season workouts and was not able to participate in contact work during spring practice.
High School: Earned first-team All-Group AA honors as a senior for Coach Jay Gilbert at Bassett … Recorded 102 tackles (58 solo), including 16 for a loss as a defensive lineman his senior season … Caused three fumbles and had a sack and a safety as a senior … As a junior, tallied 110 tackles and three sacks … Ranked the No. 19 prospect in Virginia byThe Roanoke Times … Listed as the No. 50 offensive guard prospect in the nation by ESPN/Scouts, Inc. … Ranked the No. 33 offensive tackle prospect nationally and the No. 19 player in the state by Rivals … Rated the No. 88 offensive guard prospect in the nation by Scout.com … Ranked the No. 21 player in the state of Virginia by SuperPrep … A member of SuperPrep’s Mid-Atlantic Team … Named to PrepStar’s All-Atlantic Region Team as an offensive lineman … First-team All-Timesland by The Roanoke Times …The Roanoke Times Defensive Player of the Year … Named the Piedmont District and the Region IV defensive player of the year … Won the state championship in wrestling as a heavyweight in both 2008 and 2009.
Personal: Andrew Devin Miller … Born 4/24/90 in Bassett, VA … Son of Johnny Miller and the late Linda Miller … Comes from an athletic family: his oldest brother, John, played football at Duke, his sister, Heather, played basketball at Wake Forest, and his older brother, Tim, wrestled at Virginia Tech … Enrolled in agribusiness.