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Manny Miles, the son of LSU football coach Les Miles, has committed to play football at North Carolina next year.

Manny, a three-star prospect from U-High in Baton Rouge, played quarterback and was a pitcher throughout his high school career. It is unclear whether or not he will play baseball for the Tarheels. Per The Advocate:

Manny, a two-sport athlete at U-High, had discussed the possibility of walking on at LSU for football and baseball, but he’s decided to leave Baton Rouge for a spot with the Tarheels.

Manny’s Twitter account on Friday was flooded with retweets of friends and teammates tweeting him congratulations for the decision.
One of those congratulatory tweets came from his former teammate and incoming LSU freshman running back Nick Brossette.
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monz29110 months
He must want to develop into a better quarterback
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Corch Urban Myers110 months
Good for him. I hope he has much success.
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lsuroadie110 months
Shocked...Herbstreit had him locked to Michigan
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SamuelClemens110 months
He will "played" baseball. Will have had been?
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wildtigercat93110 months
Yet another thread whacked and credit stolen by Larry Leo
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easy money110 months
Good for him. He's a pretty tough kid and he knows how to win. I actually like him as a WR prospect. He's a solid athlete. Best of luck to Manny!
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Drizzt110 months
He does know UNC is about to get major sanctions right?
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Datbayoubengal110 months
His style is like Manziel. Really hope he's able to take over after Trubisky leaves.
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Kracka110 months
Yeah go heels
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SmackDaniels110 months
:wtf: I thought Michigan was high on him.
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