|Hometown:||Westlake Village, CA|
2009 - Did not see game action during the season.
2008 - Appeared in 10 games with two starts (Stanford, Oregon State) ... Made his offensive debut against Arizona (game three) ... Made the first receptions of his career at Oregon and finished with four catches for 27 yards and one touchdown (one-yard pass play) ... Made his first start against Stanford (double-tight end formation) ... Also started in a double tight end formation against Oregon State.
2007 - Competed on the scout team and saw limited game action at defensive tackle before being sidelined with a sports hernia.
2006 - Did not see action in his first year in the program and has two seasons of eligibility remaining.
HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Westlake High School for Coach Jim Benkert ... Four-star selection by rivals.com ... Rated No. 18 strongside defensive end by rivals.com ... Three-star selection by scout.com ... PrepStar All-American ... Missed most of the 2005 season with a foot injury, but was still named second-team All-CIF Southern Section defense and first-team All-CIF Southern Section Div. IV ... All-Ventura County and All-Marmonte League selection ... Cal-Hi Sports All-State third-team selection ... Recorded 14 sacks, 60 tackles, five batted down passes, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries his junior season ... Credited with 60 tackles, including 14 sacks as a junior.
PERSONAL - Full Name: Jeffrey Reed Miller ... Born: October 31, 1987 in Dallas, TX ... Parents: Jim and Susie Miller ... Has one brother, Jimmy, who is a senior tight end at USC ... Biggest thrill in sports was when his high school team won the CIF championship his sophomore year, going 14-0 on the season ... Famous athlete he patterns his style of play after is the NFL's Julius Peppers ... Hobbies include weightlifting ... Grandmother, Agnes Miller, attended UCLA ... Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2006 ... History major.
Receptions: 4 at Oregon, 2008
Receiving Yards: 27 at Oregon, 2008
Receiving Touchdowns: 1 at Oregon, 2008