UT defensive lineman Corey Miller invited to College All Star Bowl

Tennessee defensive lineman Corey Miller (80) tackles Kentucky quarterback Maxwell Smith (11) during the second half at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, KY, Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. UT won their final game 27-14. (AMY SMOTHERMAN BURGESS/NEWS SENTINEL)

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Tennessee defensive lineman Corey Miller (80) tackles Kentucky quarterback Maxwell Smith (11) during the second half at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, KY, Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. UT won their final game 27-14. (AMY SMOTHERMAN BURGESS/NEWS SENTINEL)

Tennessee senior defensive lineman Corey Miller has accepted an invitation to play in the 2014 College All Star Bowl on February 14 in Greenville, S.C.

Miller joins ex-Vol Maurice Couch in the game to be played on Furman University’s campus and broadcast by the CBS Sports Network.

UT guard Zach Fulton has been invited to the East-West Shrine Game on Jan. 18 in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Miller hails from nearby Wellford, S.C. He finished his career with a school single-game record 4.5 sacks against Kentucky.

He ended his senior season with 6.5 sacks, the most for any Vol since Parys Haralson had 8.5 and Jeff Hall 7.0 in 2005.

The College All Star Bowl will feature the Nationals, led by former Clemson coach Danny Ford, and the Americans, led by College Football Hall of Fame coach Willie Jeffries of South Carolina State.

The teams will be determined by a player draft conducted by each team’s coaching staffs and by the bowl’s scouting department.

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