"The Louisville trip was great," Miller told Scout.com. "It was my best visit so far."
"[I liked] just getting to know to the people around there and getting to know coach [Rick] Pitino," he said. "Playing with the players and I was trying to see where I fit in. They were answering all the questions that needed to be answered."
So what sticks out about Louisville?
"The relationship that I have with the coaches," he responded. "I already know the players. The fans are great too, but it's mainly the relationship that I have with the coaches. "
Just a few days after his trip, Miller, the nation's No. 2 ranked prospect, received a visit from Baylor coach Scott Drew. During the in-home visit, Baylor set up an official visit for the weekend of October 2nd.
"They mainly were coming to check on me," Miller said. "They told me that they were the first ones here and that they still want me."
"I like that Baylor has been a good loyal school," he added. "They've been involved in my recruitment since I first started getting recruited and they haven't slowed down. Plus they develop a lot of forwards and I know they could develop me too."
"It's not down to Louisville and Baylor," Miller said. "I still have other schools involved but I think those have become my top two schools."
"I really think [these two schools] are really getting to know me and I'm really starting to get a feel for them," he added.
Miller, who will also be joined by Deuce Bello on his trip to Baylor, said he's hoping to play with Bello in college.
"Me are Deuce are definitely going to play together," Miller said. "But like we said before we have to make sure that it is the right fit for us. If it's not the right fit for us we aren't going to do it. If it is the right fit, then most definitely."
As far as in-home visits go, Miller doesn't have any others set up. He did say that Louisville is planning to meet with his mother and Oklahoma's Jeff Capel may come visit. At this point Miller is taking it all in and enjoying the process.
"Just whenever I feel like it's right," he said when asked when he may decide. "I can't really put a time limit on it. But I'm just taking my time with this whole process."