It's Miller Time In Tallahassee

Five-Star prospect Brandon Miller just returned from his unofficial visit to Tallahassee for the Florida State/Georgia Tech game. TheTerritory caught up with him Sunday evening to discuss his visit and to talk with him about a recent injury which will sideline him for part of his senior season.

"I tore my calf muscle in practice while running," 6-foot-4 and 218 pound Miller County high school student/athlete said. "I should be back on the field in about four weeks."

Miller along with several other high profile prospects such as Xavier Lee and Drew Weatherford took in the Florida State/Georgia Tech game on Saturday evening.

How did the visit go?

"I had a nice time," he said. "I got to talk with head coach Bobby Bowden and I talked with several other recruits that were at the game. I would say the highlight of my trip was the fourth quarter come back. On a scale from 1 to 10, I would rate my visit a 10."

The week before Miller visited Georgia and he has plans to return to Tallahassee in October for the showdown between the Noles and the Hurricanes

In high school Miller plays all over the field, including wide receiver, running back, defensive end, linebacker and safety.

Where will he end up at the next level?

"I really don't know where I'll play in college," he said. "I don't have a preference. Georgia wants me at any position. Florida State wants me for either defensive end or linebacker on defense and at running back on offense. Coach Sexton talked to me about playing running back."

At this time Miller is open to all teams. However, the word on the street is that it will come down to Florida State or Georgia.

Last season Miller attended a Florida State game unofficially and this year he has attended one scrimmage and one game unofficially.

Last year as a junior, he racked up over 100 tackles playing linebacker. On offense he caught 27 passes for over 500 yards.

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