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Maryland earned their fourth top-100 commitment in the class of 2021 on Tuesday night when #28 Ethan Miller flipped from his home state Missouri Tigers to the Terrapins.
Many hours and lots of thinking, I’ve decided to continue my athletic and wrestling career at the University Of Maryland. I want to thank everyone that has been there for me. I’m ready for a new chapter in my life. #terpswrestling @alextclemsen @nickolai_32 #4hoursemen pic.twitter.com/TOif5KLQC6— Ethen Miller (@EthenMiller19) September 23, 2020
The Park Hill hammer had quite the 2019-20 season winning a Missouri state title and finishing as a runner-up at Ironman, Fargo, and NHSCA Sophomore Nationals. In 2018, Miller was the NHSCA Freshmen Nationals champion. He is currently ranked #3 at 145.
Watch Miller beat two-time Pennsylvania state champion and Oklahoma commit Alejandro Herrera-Rondon in the Ironman semis.
Miller originally committed to Missouri last November, but will now be headed to College Park to wrestle for head coach Alex Clemsen who is a fellow Missouri native and was formerly the Associate Head Coach at the University of Missouri.
Watch Miller beat Beast of The East champion Jimmy Carmany in the Ironman quarterfinals.
As you can see in the graphic Miller used to announce his commitment above, he became the fourth top-100 wrestler in the class of 2021 to commit to the Terps. Miller joins #33 Braxton Brown (TX), #72 Jaxon Smith (GA), and #76 Adrien Cramer (IL). If Coach Clemsen and company continue to recruit at this level, they will not only be competitive in the Big Ten, but nationally as well.