The University of South Carolina's Athletics Hall of Fame will soon include former New York Giants linebacker Corey Miller.

Miller, 53, was selected 167th overall in the sixth round of the 1991 NFL Draft.

He played for Big Blue for seven seasons.

In 1999, Miller retired from football with the Minnesota Vikings.

Miller spent the 1987–1990 season at defensive end for the Gamecocks.

In 1989 and 1990, as a defensive end, he was chosen as an All-South Independent selection.

Under the leadership of head coaches Ray Handley and Dan Reeves, the Giants converted Miller to linebacker.

On social media this week, the Giants praised Miller for his accomplishment.

Miller made 252 tackles in 110 career games (72 starts), six forced fumbles, 14.0 sacks, two passes defensed, and seven interceptions.

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