WARSAW – Warsaw football defensive back and special teams standout Kendal Miller has signed a letter of intent to continue his education and football play at Taylor University in the fall.
Miller, who led the Tigers in pass knock downs as a senior, lettered for coach Phil Jenson three years as a starter.
Among the team leaders in tackles the past two seasons, Miller was also a member of the 4×100 state finals relay team as a junior. Miller also competed in the 100 and 300 hurdles as a member of the Tiger track program the previous years.
The fleet footed defensive back not only demonstrated his quick steps on the field and track, Miller has also participated in dance for nine years with the Deb Colliers school of dance.
A scholar athlete that will earn a technical and honors diploma, Miller was also a tremendous representative of the school and athletic programs through his involvement with the Feed My Starving Children fundraising program, Warsaw Flag Football League, and he assisted with local food drives and the soup kitchen.
Miller will major in marketing and compete for the Trojans and head coach Ron Korfmacher and defensive backs coach Solomon Grimes. Taylor is a member of the NAIA and Crossroads League.