"Florida and Alabama are at the top for me right now," Miller told Scout earlier in the week, then confirmed again on Sunday morning.
When asked why the Gators and Crimson Tide have stated to separate from the rest of the pack, Miller said, "Because of my relationship with the coaches, the defensive schemes they run, and things like that."
The Gators recently offered the 6-foot-4, 202 pound linebacker a scholarship while Alabama has yet to make that official. He did visit Tuscaloosa late in January and he plans to visit Gainesville in the near future.
Miller is one of the top 2014 prospect in the southeast and he attends Spring Vallery High School in Columbia, S.C.