Eric Miller enters his first season as receiver's coach for GMC. Miller spend the last two seasons at Kell High School and coached one seson with the Tucker Tigets in 2016. Coach Miller helped them get back to the state championship for the third time since 2011. He worked with the wide receivers serving as passing game coordinator and directing the special teams. Typically a heavy run team, Miller and the Tigers were able to produce the first 1,000 receiver in the team's storied history. All-State wideout, Joshua Vann, finished the season with 63 catches for over 1,200 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2016. Before returning to Tucker H.S., Coach Miller spent two season coaching on the Division I level, coaching both sides of the ball for FCS and Big South member, Presbyterian College. Miller played wide receiver at Princeton and Georgia State before graduating from LaGrange College in 2008 with a bachelor's decreein Business Management. The Blue Hose assistat joined LaGrange while returning home to help his family and helped the Panthers to a conference championship and its first and only playoff berth.