"It was good," Tiller said. "I saw the regular things you see on a visit. I saw the college, took the tour, hung out with the coaches, all that stuff. My favorite part was seeing how the offensive linemen are always together, always acting like a family. I liked that."
When asked what some of the things are that separate the two schools he's visited already, Tiller was unsure.
"I don't know, couldn't even tell you," he said. "They were both alright. I'm ready to see Miami."
That Miami visit is next up for Tiller and it's scheduled to take place on Jan 30.
"I'm excited to get down there to check them out," he said. "I've been talking to Coach Stoutland a lot. He's been to my house, came last week."
The talented big man, 6-foot-5 and 350 pounds, said there's a lot to like about Miami.
"I like how it's a private school and they have small classes and things like that," he said. "Plus, they need offensive linemen. They need guys to come in and play right away."
Tiller isn't ready to name a favorite just yet but will have to make a decision following his visit to Miami.
"I should know by then what I'm gonna do," he said. "Right now, it's all up in the air."
Tiller, a three-star prospect according to Scout.com, will have three years to play three after he graduates in May.