Miller, a 6-5, 200-pounder from Metuchen (N.J.), is physically ready to go in and compete for playing time as a true freshman for the Sooners.
He already has some goals that he has set for next year in Norman on a personal level but he also sees the big picture.
"I'm really just looking to play early and I want to be an impact freshman," he said. "I want to come in early and work hard and have the drive that I need. I don't want to sit on the bench. I want to play early and have the chance to win some games and hopefully win a national championship."
Over the course of the week in Ft. Lauderdale, Miller has gone up against some pretty good defensive backs for the East and a few in particular have made a good impression on him.
"I've seen the kid (Brandon) Boykin, the cornerback who is going to Georgia and he is really good," said Miller. "The little corner from Pettie (N.J.), Matthew Brown, has really impressed me, and the safety from Philly (Nick Moody) has really impressed me too."