Signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent.
All-Ivy League Second Team at defensive back ... named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District I Team and NFF Hampshire Honor Society ... recipient of the team’s Hewitt Award as the player who best epitomizes athletic performance with academic achievement ... played in nine games, starting eight times at strong safety while serving as the primary punt returner ... gave the home crowd an exciting start to the season by returning the opening kickoff against New Hampshire 55 yards ... also had three tackles, broke up pass and returned two other kickoffs and punts in the 22-21 victory over the 22nd-ranked Wildcats ... missed the Holy Cross win with an injury, but returned the week as a reserve versus Penn, matching a career high with seven stops against the Quakers to go with a pair of PBUs ... two of his four tackles at Yale went for a loss ... enjoyed his best game in the 20-17 win over Towson with seven stops (six solo), a 17-yard interception return, a pass break up and, most importantly, a blocked 22-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter to preserve the three-point lead ... named the Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week, the Gold Helmet Award winner and the DartmouthSports.com Male Athlete of the Week for that performance ... had six tackles and a crucial PBU that thwarted a Harvard fourth-quarter scoring opportunity ... intercepted a Brown pass at the Big Green 24 in the third quarter, and one of three punt returns that game went for 14 yards ... longest punt return came in the season finale at Princeton, 23 yards to set up the first score of the game. Preseason honors: College Sports Madness All-Ivy League Third Team.
Saw action in each of the 10 contests, moving into a starting role at strong safety for the final four games ... first four tackles of the season came at Central Connecticut State, three coming on kick return coverage, in a 34-7 win ... clinched the 13-9 win over Columbia with an interception at the Big Green 39-yard line with 21 seconds to play ... recorded a career-high seven tackles at 15th-ranked Harvard in his first career start ... dropped a Crimson receiver for a four-yard loss in the red zone to help foil a scoring opportunity ... broke up a third-down pass to force a punt and one of his four tackles went for a one-yard loss in the 21-3 triumph over Cornell ... secured six stops, 1.5 for a total loss of six yards, in a 34-18 win at Brown ... ended season with four tackles and two pass breakups to help Dartmouth defeat Princeton, 17-10, and earn its first share of the Ivy League crown in 19 years.
Played in half of the 10 games throughout the season, including the season opener ... recorded first varsity tackle in the second quarter against Brown in a tie game that Dartmouth would go on to win, 44-21 ... made two stops the next weekend in the season-ending 41-10 win at Princeton.
Shined on defense for the junior varsity ... made five tackles and picked off a pass in a 20-7 victory over Middlebury ... brought down three Williams ball carriers and seven more against Bridgton Academy.
First-team all-state, all-metro and all-conference after helping Totino Grace to its third-consecutive state championship as a senior ... football and baseball captain helped school go 38-1 on the gridiron over his three years on the varsity ... also played wide receiver ... named to the Minnesota Football Coaches Association High School All-Star Game ... also played ice hockey.
Majoring in economics ... full name is Charles Carney Miller ... born on May 15, 1994 ... son of John and Laura Miller has one brother ... great uncle Rusty Ingersoll ’60 was an All-American and captain of the Ivy Championship hockey team as a senior at Dartmouth ... father also played hockey at College of St. Scholastica ... great grandfather John Carney was a 1934 Dartmouth grad ... enjoys fishing ... planning on a career in business and finance.
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