Miller, a quarterback and former Daily Journal all-area player, was a signee in the 2011 class for former coach Houston Nutt but was asked to accept a grayshirt. Under the terms of his agreement with Nutt, Miller would join the football program and go on scholarship in the upcoming spring semester starting in January.
Miller attended classes at Ole Miss in the summer but did not attend classes in the fall semester.
Miller’s father, Hubert Miller, said he had not heard from Freeze and last Sunday called and spoke with administrative assistant Barney Farrar.
Farrar told Hubert Miller that the program wanted to go in a different direction.
Maikhail Miller said he’s considering options for his future, one being his hometown community college.
“We’re still looking around. It looks like I might go to ICC,” he said.
Miller pled guilty in August to possession of less than an ounce of marijuana after a traffic stop. He was expected to pay a $364 fine.
Following his senior season Miller was rated the No. 23 pro-style quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com.