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DFW area high school volleyball star gets dream offer from Texas Longhorns

DFW area high school volleyball star gets dream offer from Texas Longhorns

Makenna Miller has been rooting for the Texas Longhorns her entire life so when she got the offer of a lifetime, it was a no-brainer that she found her next home.

Miller, a upcoming senior outside hitter at Justin Northwest, announced her commitment to the University of Texas volleyball program on Friday via Twitter.

“I’m incredibly blessed and I’m just ready to be there and be around that kind of atmosphere,” said Miller. “I felt like just because it was UT it almost was out the question when I first started my process, but once they showed interest I just went in confident.”

Miller has been one of the top players in DFW since she started at Northwest as a freshman. During the 2018 season, Miller was voted district utility player of the year after recording 274 kills, 126 digs, 55 blocks and 35 aces.

She finished that season strong with 10 or more kills in six of her final eight

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