"Kind of fell in love with the place"

Earlier in July rising junior Cory Miller made his second visit to Clemson in less than a month. Did the visit help the Tigers increase their lead? CUTigers.com has the details.

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Byrnes teammates Corey Miller and Brandon Willis, two of the top prospects in the southeast for the class of 2010, spent another day at Clemson earlier this month with their dads.

It was their second trip to Tigertown within the past 30 days. Both players were also on campus for one of Tommy Bowden's camps as well.

"It went really good. I really enjoyed it down there," Miller told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "Clemson is a great place. I kind of fell in love with it a little bit."

Where else has the Byrnes standout visited in the past few weeks?

"I wasn't able to make it down to Florida State. I did go down to Georgia with Brandon," replied Miller.

The star defender did get everything he wanted from the Georgia camp.

"I was happy my boy Brandon got an offer. I was hoping for an offer. I was disappointed, but I will just have to keep working," said Miller.

When asked about his current leaders, Miller responded, "Clemson is still in front.

"I just got back from Byrnes. Today was the last day of 7-on-7. We start practice in about two weeks," said Miller.

The Clemson coaching staff is working hard to keep the early lead.

"They just tell me how they are really interested in me. They want me to know how important I am to them. They offered me first. They talk to me about life and what a typical day at Clemson would be. They are showing me a lot of love," said Miller.

Byrnes will open their season in Atlanta the night before the Tigers open their season.

"We open against North Gwinnett. We played them in the Byrnes 7-on-7. We beat them pretty bad and then they came back and beat us. I am pretty sure it will be a battle," said Miller.

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