Seymour pair to play football at Manchester


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Tribune photo by Aaron Piper/ Seymour seniors Jordan Kleber (84) and Chandler Miller (72) move in to help bring down Brownstown Central's Hayden Stuckwisch during last fall's football game at Brownstown.


Tribune photo by Aaron Piper/ Seymour seniors Jordan Kleber (84) and Chandler Miller (72) help bring down Brownstown Central's Hayden Stuckwisch during last fall's football game at Brownstown.


An overnight visit to Manchester University helped Chandler Miller and Jordan Kleber realize that’s where they wanted to play football for the next four years.

“The biggest draw to Manchester was the coaching staff and players actually liked who we were, and they liked me not just as a player but as a person. That’s a big deal,” Miller said. “I visited Manchester once about a week or two ago on an overnight visit, and it’s true what they say about overnight visits. They really put things into perspective on how college life is like and how everybody is.”

Kleber got that feeling, too.

“Staying there one night, it just made me realize they truly liked me for who I was,” Kleber said. “They like me as a person, not just as an athlete. And then it was like a home away from home.”

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