Miller's unselfishness drew high praise from Sissonville Coach Eddie Smolder.
"Nathan is a good athlete," Smolder said. "He has played everything from kicker to tight end, receiver, running back, and quarterback for us. He's also a free safety and outside linebacker as well."
Even with all the different positions Miller has played for the Indians, Smolder is excited he will be finishing his career behind center.
"Quarterback is his natural position," Smolder said. "He has waited his time and is excited. He is focused and driven right now in leading this football team. Him having game experience is huge. It's almost like having a starter back with Nathan being there.
"He knows our offense, brings experience, and knows what to expect. He's got a very strong arm. He's got the height (6-foot-2) and he's 205 pounds. He ran a 4.7 in the 40. It's his time to shine, and he knows that. He's excited, and I think good things are in the future."
Miller will have several returning weapons at his disposal to help make the full-time move to quarterback easier.
Sissonville returns tailback Jared Wilkinson, who is coming off a solid freshman season running the ball. Top target and three-year starter Duncan McClung is back at tight end, and the Indians return four, three-year starters on the offensive line as well.
Miller has been a huge part of the resurgence of the Sissonville program. When Smolder took over three years ago, the Indians were coming off a winless season at 0-10.
However, Sissonville has improved every season under Smolder's tutelage. When Miller was a sophomore, the team won two games, and last year as a junior, the Indians were 5-5 and just missed the playoffs.
Sissonville led in the fourth quarter in the season finale against Braxton County with a playoff berth on the line before the Eagles rallied for the victory.
Miller hopes to build off of last season's success and take it even further this year.
"Coach (Smolder) told us when he started he was going to build the program back," Miller said. "Last year was a big step. Not making the playoffs in the last game was a setback, but it makes us work even harder.
"We want to step it up and hopefully make the playoffs this year. It would be huge and would put the program back on the map."