June 13, 2006
The Houston Nutt Football Camp concludes Wednesday, but not before some very good talent worked out at the camp.
More talent will abound when Arkansas holds its Seniors Camp on July 21, but make no mistake about it, some talent was present on 'The Hill' this week. One thing that was obvious at the camp was the amount of young talent. While the senior class in Arkansas will be very good this fall, maybe best in state's history, the junior class should also be solid.
Fort Smith Northside's Kodi Burns and Allen (Texas) High School's Nathan Dick weren't present, and Arkansas probably won't offer any of the senior quarterbacks present.
One talented junior present was Sylvan Hills' Hunter Miller, 6-0 1/2, 175, 4.57. Miller was in the top eight laser times in the 40-yard dash at the camp and competed in the eight-person tournament. Miller will have another two years to play quarterback for Sylvan Hills and will be heavily recruited in two years either at quarterback or as an athlete, depending on his progress under center.
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