|Sports Played:||Football, Track and Field|
An elite track and field sprinter, Anthony Miller didn't even start playing football until his final year at Muir High. He went on to become one of the brilliant 2-sport stars of the 1980s at Pasadena City College. In 1985 on the Lancers football team, Miller played wide receiver and was a kick returner who led the state in all-purpose yards with 1,728, ultimately being named JC All-American First Team. He then became double state champion for PCC at the 1986 state track and field championships, winning the 100 sprint at 10.38 seconds and then the 200 in 20.83. Miller took a scholarship to the University of Tennessee and then became the highest NFL Draft pick to come out of PCC in modern history as the 15th overall selection in the first round of the 1988 draft. Miller became one of the great wide receivers in the NFL as he was a 4-time All-Pro for the San Diego Chargers and Denver Broncos. He finished a 10-year career with the Dallas Cowboys in 1997.