LSU’s Les Miles Says He Would Love To See His Son, A QB Prospect, End Up At Michigan

Manny Miles is a 5-foot-11, 175-pound quarterback prospect in the class of 2015. He attends University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge, La. He’s a three-star player, according to 247Sports.com. 

Also, he’s the son of Les Miles. The 60-year-old LSU coach was quoted today, saying he’d “love it” if his son ended up at a certain school. It’s not one in Louisiana, though. 

Les Miles, of course, played at Michigan from 1974-75. He began his coaching career in Ann Arbor as a graduate assistant and was the Wolverines’ offensive line coach from 1987-94. When Lloyd Carr retired in 2007, it was reported that Miles was the school’s No. 1 choice to take over Michigan’s program.

Manny Miles, according to 247Sports, has no scholarship offers from any major schools at this point. 

Manny Miles would likely be a walk-on candidate for Michigan or other top programs. His father can certainly afford to pay for his son’s education, anyway. 

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