Anthony Miller was born in Memphis to Tony and Andrea Miller. He began playing youth football at 5-years-old and has played every year since. He went on to be a four-year letterman at Christian Brothers High School in football and track. Anthony finished his prep career as his high school’s all-time leading receiver with 1,779 yards, 100 receptions and 14 career touchdowns. He made the 2012 FOX13’s All-Mid-South Team on offense, participated in the 2012 AutoZone Liberty Bowl All-Star Classic where he scored two touchdowns and was a two-time Commercial Appeal Best of Preps selection in 2011 and 2012 for football and track. He was the state 110 hurdle champion, and set his high school’s records in each of his four events. Anthony's journey went from being a walk-on at Memphis without any scholarship offers to leaving the school as a Consensus All-American, the only positional player to do so in school history, and becoming a second round draft pick. As a potential first or second day NFL draft pick in 2017, Anthony decided against declaring for the draft to come back to his hometown university for his senior season, fulfilling his desire to obtain his degree as well as bolster his national status. He led his team to a conference championship game and 10 wins as the best wide receiver in the nation statistically with 18 touchdowns. He also amassed 2,841 yards in receiving over his junior and senior campaigns and was honored as an NCAA Consensus All-American in 2017. Named 2017 Memphis Sports Person of the Year, Anthony is more than a football player. He is one of the most determined individuals you will meet and his passions include mentoring youth, serving as a role model, playing the drums, fishing, and music. At the 2018 NFL Draft, Anthony Miller was drafted in the second round as the 51st pick to the Chicago Bears. Anthony had a breakout rookie season in which he had the second most touchdowns of any rookie wide receiver in the NFL.