At 6 feet 3 inches tall, with a very muscular frame of 290 lbs, Dominic Miller was a standout defensive lineman for the University of Houston. He was one of the strongest players on the team. He played in the middle of a defense that helped lead the University of Houston to one of its best seasons in school history. He also assisted his team in a NCAA bowl game victory over a tough Penn State University football team.
Dominic was also an outstanding player at one of the top Junior Colleges in the nation, Blinn Jr College in Texas. He helped lead the team to a National Championship. He had a notable teammate at Blinn Jr. College, who is currently one of the top young superstar quarterbacks in the NFL, Cam Newton. Dominic was recruited across the nation by over 15 top division one major college powerhouse football programs. He chose to play at the University of Houston in order to stay close to home. Dominic is presently a free agent in the NFL right now, pursuing his first NFL contract.
Dominic has achieved another victory that goes beyond the football field; it’s an achievement in the arena of academics. He is the first person in his family to graduate with a college degree!
Considering the major obstacles of his past, as well as having both of his parents incarcerated during his youth, he has demonstrated that he is a man of intense determination and unyielding perseverance.