Miller In Boise For Official Visit

Capital HS ATH Matt Miller (Helena, MT) is one of the top remaining prospects on the 2010 recruiting board for Boise State. The outstanding ATH has already taken two official visits and Boise State is next on the list. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his senior season, what he is looking forward to with his official visit to Boise State, and his recruitment thus far.

Capital HS ATH Matt Miller (Helena, MT) is one of the top remaining prospects on the 2010 recruiting board for Boise State. The outstanding ATH has already taken two official visits and Boise State is next on the list. "I can't wait to go to Boise," he said. "It's a great environment down there and they have a WAC championship under their belt. It'll be fun to see Coach Pete and Coach Pease. I'm looking forward to talking to them face to face again and spending time with the players," he added.

The upcoming visit to The Blue comes on the heels of a recent visit to Arizona State as he watched the Wildcats win a close one over the Sun Devils. "It was good to go down there and spend some time with their players and coaches," Miller said. "Sometimes breaks don't go your way and Arizona is a good football team. Their defense is pretty stout."

Miller will bring versatility to the school he chooses and the Broncos currently like him at the WR position. Boise State has lit up the scoreboard all season long and that has certainly caught Matt's attention. "Kellen (Moore), Austin (Pettis), and Titus (Young) are great players and they show how fun it is to play in the Boise State offense," he stated. "I think it would be pretty easy to play WR there since you don't have to worry about your QB putting the ball in a perfect spot. Kellen is so in-tune to the game and he's smart out there. That's very enticing."

The 2009 season ended on a bit of a down note for Miller and the Capital Bruins. The Bruins were finally knocked from their throne in their quest for a fourth straight state championship as they lost in the championship game to Russell HS. "We ended up losing," Miller said. "We lost 28-14 after beating them earlier in the year. They beat us up front in the trenches and just manhandled us. They played a good football game and we didn't execute."

Miller now leaves the outstanding program at Capital with three state championship rings. He will bring a winning attitude with him to the college level. "I think just the winning attitude is what I'll take away," he said. "We calculated and we lost a total of three games over four years. Obviously, I wouldn't have to bring that to Boise State since they already have that," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Matt Miller.

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