Who's Got Next in Greater Cincinnati?

Here's a preseason look at the players to watch in Cincinnati:

In a state that routinely produces
many of the nation's best high school
athletes, it's rare to see a freshman
attract as much attention as Miller
received last fall. But he deserved
every bit of it. The QB stepped right
in and passed for more than 1,000
yards as a freshman last fall while
hitting on better than 60 percent of
his passes. He played so well that
Cincinnati verbally extended him a
scholarship offer. Miller led Wayne to
an 8-2 season, but the Warriors fell
just shy of the playoffs. The 6-foot-2,
180-pound ESPN RISE All-Area selection
will look to correct that this fall.