David Miller Earns Fourth All-America Honor
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - William and Mary senior punter David Miller has earned his fourth All-America honor of the postseason, as he garnered first-team accolades from Phil Steele.
Miller has also earned All-America honors from the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), the Associated Press and the Sports Network in 2010.
One of the nationís top punters this season, Miller garnered first-team all-conference honors and ranked seventh in the country with 43.0 yards per punt Ė a figure that ranks second on W&Mís single-season list. In addition to the impressive average per kick, the Centreville, Va., native posted 13 punts longer than 50 yards and pinned the opposition inside the 20-yard line 12 times.
While Miller posted a number of impressive performances this fall, one of his best efforts came in the 13-3 win at then-No. 8 New Hampshire when he logged 11 punts for an average of 43.8 yards per kick. In addition to recording long of 64 yards, he totaled five punts longer than 50 yards.
Miller has been a tremendous punter at the College throughout his career, as he earned first-team all-league accolades last season after garnering third-team distinction as a sophomore.