HACKENSACK, NJ — Sporting crocs, Joshua Miller showed off his slimmed down look and his athleticism recently with a twitter post of him dunking a basketball.

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The Penn State commit and offensive lineman at Chester (Va.) Life Christian said he put in a lot of work in the offseason, and it not only showed in the video, but during his performance at the UC Report at Hackensack High on Sunday.

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His ability obviously impressed Georgia, which offered Miller last week.

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“I was talking with (Georgia offensive line) coach (Stacy) Searels and he offered me,” the 6-foot-4, 313-pound Miller said. “That is all there is to it.”

Does he plan to visit the Athens, Ga., school?

“Nah,” he said. “I don’t have any plans to visit there. It’s nice to get the offer but I am solid with Penn State.”

When it comes to the Nittany Lions, Miller’s focus is mostly on two things.

First, it is recruiting.

Penn State’s class sits atop the Big Ten rankings, and is No. 3 in the nation following Wednesday’s commitment of four-star receiver Ejani Shakir of Atco (NJ) Winslow.

He spent time at the UC Report event speaking with five-star offensive tackle Samson Okunlola about the Nittany Lions.

“The recruiting class is solid,” said Miller, who committed to Penn State in December. “We still have a few more cats we are trying to get in, like Samson over there. There’s Tony Rojas, Rodney Gallagher. We are looking solid but we have to get a few more recruits in and we will have that class we are looking for.”

Second, Miller is also putting in a lot of work in training. He cut nearly 20 pounds since the end of his season, and he is focusing on technique as well.

“I am definitely in better shape now than I was in the fall,” he said. “I have had time to work on my body and prepare myself for the next level. That’s what I am preparing for, getting ready for that next level of football because it will because it will be here before I know it.

“I’ve gotten better at my pass sets, my run blocking, my agility, speed. All stuff like that. I feel like I got stronger than where I was during the season.”