Wide Receiver Bryan Miller has been signed for the 2021 season as a first-year Pirate, adding even more elite talent to the roster. Miller is no stranger to the indoor game as he has played in the IFL during the 2019 season for the Tucson Sugar Skulls and Cedar Rapids River Kings. He had also signed with the Bismarck Bucks prior to the 2020 season before COVID-19 abruptly ended the season. Miller earned a workout for the Jacksonville Jaguars ahead of the 2018 NFL Draft but ultimately went undrafted, leading him to the IFL.
Bryan Miller is most known for his time with Benedict College, a Division II HBCU school. At Benedict, Miller was a standout returner and wide receiver. He was named a Division II HBCU Preseason All-American Honorable Mention before the 2017 season and his play on the field earned him a spot in the 2018 FCS Bowl in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Miller was accustomed to success well before his days at Benedict College, being named a First-Team All-State punt returner in the state of Virginia in high school. A native of Blacksburg, Virginia, Miller attended the well-known Hargrave Military Academy as a postgraduate student. Plenty of stars have walked through the hallways of Hargrave Military Academy such as Torry Holt, Martavis Bryant, and Muhammad Wilkerson. Miller even played alongside Martavis Bryant at Hargrave in 2010 and caught passes from Doug Williams Jr., son of the former Super Bowl MVP quarterback. Now, eleven years later, Bryan Miller and Martavis Bryant find themselves as teammates once again, as they both look to make big plays for the Pirates in 2021. Miller is entering his age-29 season with Massachusetts.