Miller Enjoys Iowa Stop

Tory Miller will provide whichever college he chooses with a classic power forward. Iowa is one of those programs in hot pursuit of the Kansas City big man. He officially visited the Hawkeyes this weekend and spoke to Hawkeye Insider about the stop. Read what he had to say and what's next for him in the process in this premium story.

Tory Miller set out on his official visit tour searching for where he felt most comfortable. The Kansas City Power Forward found that at Iowa. This weekend's official to Iowa represented Miller's second of five allowed per NCAA rules. The New Hampton (NH) School and KC Run GMC big man stopped at Arizona State last week. Our Scout.com Sun Devils site wrote about that stop HERE.

The 6-foot-6, 245-pound Miller received the full tour of the Iowa facilities and campus. He also saw the Hawkeye faithful pile into Kinnick Stadium for Saturday's football game against Western Michigan.

"The atmosphere was what really stood out to me," Miller said. "It was impressive."

Miller said that he still intends to officially visit Colorado (Oct. 3) and Marquette (Oct. 11) before making a commitment.

Hawkeye sophomore Mike Gesell played host to Miller on his Iowa visit.

"He's a great guy," Miller said. "The whole team really hung out, though. Everybody is real cool."

Miller also spent time with Hawkeye head coach Fran McCaffery.

"He talked to me about how I would fit into the system," Miller said. "He also told me how the team was full of great guys and I saw that for myself. As far as a fit I think I fit in well there."

Miller said that the people connected to the university made him feel welcome.

"It really is a good place," he said. "The fans are great. They showed a lot of love and support and a lot of them didn't even know I was a recruit."


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