According to Gus Malzahn on Saturday, defensive tackle Coynis Miller Jr is no longer part of Auburn’s football program.
“We wish him nothing but the best,” Malzahn said.
Miller was entering his junior season and had been primarily used in a reserve role on the defensive line. In his first two seasons, Miller combined for nine total tackles in 19 games.
Coming out of high school, Miller was ranked as a 4-star prospect and the 10th best defensive tackle in Alabama, according to 247Sports.
Malzahn did not go into specifics on why Miller is no longer with the program.
Miller’s absence will leave Auburn with a young group at defensive tackle.
“We really feel like we’ve got a bunch of young guys, inexperienced guys that are getting a chance to do their thing and show what they can do,” Malzahn said.
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