Jarel Miller, a 5-foot-8, 155-pound wide receiver announced on Wednesday evening that he would be playing his senior year for Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne.
"I am extremely excited to get too Bishop Dunne," Miller said. "They are a great school and they players have already started treating me like a brother. I excited for the spring evaluations and too show all the schools that come what I can do! A major thing I'm excited about though is the academic success the school puts out."
Miller has recently been on a couple of unofficial visits. First he recapped Memphis.
"The Memphis visit went amazing and I loved everything about the campus," Miller reported. "The historic buildings were amazing and made the campus even better. The coaches were amazing and showed me a lot of attention. The current players also told me a lot of good stuff and kept it real with me. I could see myself playing in their offense. They're definitely a top school on my list."
Miller also made a stop in to see a Southeastern Conference school.
"The Vanderbilt trip was nice too they have great facilities," Miller said. "The coaching staff is also really cool too and show a lot of attention to their players. The campus was also beautiful. They have showed a lot of attention and kept everything completely honest with me. They are a top school also."
Miller is hopeful to get to showcase his skill set this spring and he has already gotten a lot of attention by being one of the top playmakers on the Midwest Boom, which is one of the top-rated 7-on-7 squads.
"I have gotten a lot of interest since joining the Boom team," Miller explained. "They have been able to help me showcase my skill set. I have Indiana coming this spring to evaluate me and a couple other schools that should be coming through too. A lot of schools are starting to call about how they like my skill set.
I'm definitely going to camp at Memphis and a few other schools."
As a junior in 2016, Miller collected 21 receptions for 436 yards and eight touchdowns. He also had 313 return yards. He earned First Team 9-5A All-District honors.