"Well, as of now, I don't (have a top school) anymore, but I have a couple I have my eye on," Miller said. "It all really boils down to the relationship I have with a coach and how comfortable I feel with them.
Miller, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound junior who will likely suit up at cornerback on the collegiate level, takes it a step further by expanding on the trio of aforementioned schools.
Indiana: "I like (safeties) coach (Noah) Joseph and the connection he has built with me. I also like the way they run their program, and I've heard nothing but positive turnarounds for the team."
Wisconsin: "I love their defensive situation and the way it's conducted, but most of all, I like the atmosphere of the overall school. They are very positive and get right to the point with no excuses, and that's just the type of coaching staff I would like to be coached by."
Iowa State: "In the brief conversation I had with (linebackers) coach Tyson (Veidt), it just felt like a smart decision to make them a part of my choices. A bonus is that I have some family up there."
Miller hopes to have multiple visits scheduled by the beginning of spring practice.
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