"As of right now, I'm going to trip to all three," Miles said. "And then I'll make my decision after those visits."
Miles, though, hasn't been able to officially visit his three schools because, by NCAA rules, he needs to post a score from a standardized test. He hasn't taken the SAT and will take the ACT for the first time October 25th.
"It will depend on how fast I can get my test score back," Miles said. "I've heard it can vary. But if I get it back pretty quickly then I'll try to get the three trips in before the signing period in November."
The November signing period runs from November 12th to 18th. He might, then, only have two weekends available for official visits. "I could possibly take a mid-week visit, too," Mile said.
Coaches from BYU, Utah State and Gonzaga have all made in-home visits with Miles. "They all came to see me in the first few days when you could have in-home visits in September. Then they all came to see me at the end of the period."
It's long been thought that Miles would stay in state for college, and when asked about it, Miles said: "I kind of prefer to stay in state, but if I felt Gonzaga is where I should be playing, I'd leave the state."