Penn State continues to bolster its 2022 class. The latest major pledge came on Monday afternoon.

Cam Miller, a 4-star cornerback out of Jacksonville announced his commitment to Penn State on Monday. He becomes the 22nd player of the cycle to verbally pledge to the Nittany Lions.

Miller ranks as one of the Top 300 overall prospects in the 2022 class. The 6-foot, 180-pound defensive back is listed at No. 281 overall and the No. 30 cornerback in the class. He’s the No. 31 prospect from Florida, per 247Sports Composite.

Along with Penn State, Miller had been considering Virginia Tech, Appalachian State, Air Force and Duke.

From 247Sports recruiting analyst Andrew Ivins:

Has a college-ready frame at 6-foot, 180 pounds. Should be able to eventually add some more mass. An accomplished athlete that has spent a majority of his prep career deployed as an option quarterback, but projects as a defensive back at the next level given his ability to mirror and change directions. Tested exceptionally well the summer before his junior season clocking a 4.5 on the lasers in the 40-yard dash. Also posted a 124-inch broad jump. A coordinated football player that makes things look easy on Friday nights no matter what he’s doing. Still has a lot to learn from a technical standpoint on the defensive side of the ball, but already understands how to use body position and angles to cut off routes.

Penn State has been incredibly busy on the recruiting trail during the summer months. The Nittany Lions have welcomed a plethora of verbal commitments since the recruiting dead period was lifted by the NCAA on June 1.

The Nittany Lions currently own the nation’s No. 2 class, behind B1G rival Ohio State.