Miller, a 6-4, 192-pounder with 4.5 speed, played quarterback for the Saints this past fall and totaled nearly 2,000 yards. However, at the next level he is expected to be a wide receiver or defensive back.
Miller is also averaging 18 points per game on the basketball court for Selma, which traditionally has one of the better hoop teams in west central Alabama.
"Right now I don't have a leader," Miller tells Inside the Auburn Tigers. "I am still interested in playing both football and basketball in college and the schools that I am looking at are recruiting me for both sports, although Auburn is mainly recruiting me in football."
Miller says that he plans to make his decision in late January after taking his final visit to Georgia Tech on Jan. 24th. He doesn't have a visit set up for the 17th of January, but says he may go to Alabama that weekend but has not decided on that yet.
Tiger Ticket Extra: Last year his teammate, wide receiver Ben Obomanu, had a major production of a press conference announcement on where he was headed to college. Miller says he plans to do something similar to announce his college pick. Obomanu picked Auburn and saw significant action as a true freshman...Miller, who previously lived in Montgomery, is friends with Auburn tight end Robert Johnson. The two played basketball together growing up. Johnson was a football and basketball player at Jeff Davis High School in Montgomery. Miller still stays in touch with Johnson and played a pickup game with the big tight end last weekend.