Miles stacks up well

West Mesquite safety Kameron Miles was one of the top performers at the Dallas NFTC.

Kameron Miles is a known commodity but on sunny Sunday afternoon at Valley Ranch, Miles stood out among some of the most elite players in the country.

"There were some new drills that I learned that I'm going to take home and work on" said Miles. "The camp was wonderful and I think that's how it's going to be on the next level. It was nice for me to experience that so I could be prepared when I go in to my freshman year (of college)".

Coming in at 6'1" and 210 pounds on Sunday, Miles was one of the more impressive prospects in attendance. HornedFrog Blitz asked the big safety to rate the competition on the day.

"It was good competition, everybody was real competitive" he said. "Everyone was trying to beat each other and I liked that."

With offers pouring in from all over the country, Miles has a tough decision ahead. He spoke about the latest offers and the schools showing him the most attention.

"Kansas, Kansas State and West Virginia are my latest offers" said Miles. Of the schools pushing the hardest for his commitment, he named off an impressive list of suitors. "West Virginia, Stanford, UCLA, Arkansas, there's a few others out there that are after me pretty hard."

Miles has stated in the past that he plans to take his time a little bit but he did say that he would like to hear a little more from a few schools.

"Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma, Clemson, Miami and USC" he said. "I'm hearing from Oklahoma a little right now."

With so many offers to choose from and more to surely come, the TCU Horned Frogs are going to have a tough fight on their hands if they expect to land Miles' coveted signature. Stay logged on to for the latest on this and all other TCU related recruiting stories.

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