Miller Still Working Through Process

Darrian Miller has been a busy – and well-traveled – young man this summer.

With camp stops at schools like Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma already under his belt, the talented running back from Blue Springs (MO) High School tripped to the University of Arkansas on Saturday, along with teammates Jordan Nubine and Bernard Thomas.

The one-day camp in Fayetteville, Ark. consisted primarily of individual drills and one-on-one competitions, Miller said, which suited him just fine.

"I think everyone enjoys it more," he said, of those spotlighted battles. "It's a way to show out and be seen, in good competition with people."

This was Miller's first trip to the Arkansas campus, and consequently his first opportunity to speak with the Razorbacks coaching staff in person. While at camp, he spoke briefly with offensive coordinator Garrick McGee and running backs coach Tim Horton – though the topic of a potential scholarship offer was never discussed.

As to a timeframe for his decision, Miller hasn't set a specific deadline. Instead, he'll pick a school when the time feels right.

"It's just kind of when a school makes a big impact and I feel comfortable with them," he said. "It can happen at any time, but more than likely it will probably happen after the season or midway through."

With the Arkansas camp now behind him, Miller said he was likely finished with the camp and combine circuit for the summer. Top Stories