South Carolina Football’s GOAT Series: Top-12 defensive ends/EDGE players of all-time

Ranking the top-12 defensive ends/EDGE players in South Carolina football history

South Carolina football's Jadeveon Clowney with a sack against Missouri in 2012. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports
South Carolina football's Jadeveon Clowney with a sack against Missouri in 2012. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports /
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South Carolina Football’s No. 9 EDGE Player of All-Time:
Corey Miller

Corey Miller (1987-1990) was another versatile EDGE who played both as a stand-up linebacker and as a hand-in-the-dirt defensive end. Miller was known for his toughness and high intensity. Wearing the unconventional #33 jersey, he was selected as an all-conference player twice (All-South Independent) and registered over 75 tackles from defensive end during each of those two seasons.

After a good career in garnet and black, Miller went on to be selected in the 1991 NFL Draft. A nine-year NFL career with the New York Giants and Minnesota Vikings followed before he returned home to Columbia where he spent over a decade involved with sports media in the area, including working directly with his alma mater.