2017 ATH Chris Miller (Gabe Brooks / SCOUT)

Colorado Commit Chris Miller Details Visit Plans

KELLER, Texas -- Scout caught up with Colorado commit Chris Miller, who talked about his upcoming visit plans.

Chris Miller has already visited Colorado three times, but the Buffs commit will make that grand total five within the next month.

Miller, the 5-foot-11, 173-pound three-star athlete from Denton (Texas) High School who's been committed since late June to Colorado, said he will take two trips to Boulder in the next few weeks.

"I'm taking my official in October, but I'm going for two games in a row. I'm going to the Oct. 1 game on an unofficial, and then an official on Oct. 15," Miller said. "I've been up there three times. I just love going to go visit there. I just wanna see how it is on game day, and get the whole experience."


In addition to his upcoming trips to Colorado, Miller said he will likely visit other schools, but does not yet know which schools. He added that the Colorado coaching staff is well aware of his plans.

"They just said as long as you don't decommit," Miller said. "I'm like 99 percent sure I won't decommit. It's just the 0.1 percent that something crazy happens."

Miller, Scout's No. 14 athlete in the state of Texas' 2017 recruiting class, caught four passes for 84 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown, in this past weekend's 37-28 Denton High win at Keller Timber Creek. Miller started on both sides of the ball at receiver and cornerback for Denton, which is 4-0 to start the season and enters district play No. 6 in the latest Associated Press Texas Class 5A Top 10, which came out Monday morning.

Head coach Mike MacIntyre and cornerbacks coach Charles Clark stay in regular contact with Miller.

"I talk to coach Clark all the time, FaceTime. Coach Mac, he's really the only head coach who texts me and wishes me good luck and all that stuff," Miller said. "They said they want me to play corner, but I might get some offensive snaps, and if I wanted to I could be a returner. I really believe in the coaches that they'll make me a better DB. I've only been playing it for like a year, so I'm still growing into being a DB. I just really trust in coach Clark and coach MacIntyre.

"I really believe in the rise. They're doing really good this season. I'm really looking forward to the growth (in the program) and all the other people who are on board."

Below are clips of Miller from Denton's win at Keller Timber Creek:


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