Five-Star Prospect Enjoys Tally

One of the top prospects in the country this year is super athlete Brandon Miller of Colquitt (GA) Miller County. He is a 6-foot-4 and 225 pound running back, wide receiver, tight end, defensive end, linebacker and safety. Miller is being recruited by every school to play any one of those positions. He is by far one of the most versatile players in recruiting this year.

So where is the super star athlete want to play in college?

"I will play where ever the coaches feel is best for me," he said. "I am being recruited to play multiple positions by every coach that has called me."

One school that has Brandon Miller interest is the Florida State Seminoles. Here is what Miller had to say about his third visit to FSU this year.

"I had a great time this past Saturday," the Insiders.com five-star prospect said. "The game against Colorado was very impressive."

What Miller liked most about the recent game between FSU and Colorado was the way the Seminoles were so aggressive on both sides of the football.

"Oh yeah FSU was attacking on both sides of the football," he said. "They went after the Colorado defense through the air and on defense they got after the quarterback that is my style of football."

With the Seminoles, Miller is being recruited by Coach Billy Sexton and Coach Jody Allen. The two Seminoles position coaches are fighting to see where they could put Miller. So where are they recruiting him to play?

"Coach Sexton wants me as a running back and Coach Allen told me I can be the next great defensive end at FSU," Miller said. "Coach Sexton feels I can be another Greg Jones type of running back for FSU, which sounds good to me."

With the recent visits to FSU does that make the Seminoles the leader for his services? Here is what Miller had to say to the Insiders when we spoke to him.

"I like the Seminoles a lot but I also like Alabama, Auburn and Georgia as well," the Georgia high school football standout said. "I don't have a leader at this time."

Miller did mention to us that he will most likely be taking another visit to FSU for the Miami game.

The most important factor in choosing a school not only for Miller but his family as well is an education.

"I want to make sure the school can provide me a great education and an opportunity to make something of myself if football does not work out," he said. "I also want to go to a school that I feel comfortable at."


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