Michigan State received a commitment from a football legacy Thursday.
Grayson Miller, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound linebacker from Scott County High in Georgetown, Ky., committed to the Spartans via Twitter.
He is the son of John Miller, who played safety on the 1987 Big Ten and Rose Bowl championship team. He also played briefly for the Lions.
Just received an offer to play football at Michigan State University and am officially commited to play football for the Spartans #GoGreen— Grayson Miller (@dr_grmiller) June 19, 2014
Grayson Millerís only other scholarship offer has come from Western Kentucky. He was an All-State player on an undefeated state championship team.
Miller is the sixth member of the Class of 2015 to commit to MSU.