Miller, who committed to Louisville last summer, has been exploring his options this month. A 6 foot 3, 295 pound lineman, Miller visited West Virginia and FIU the past two weekends. Though Miller remains committed to the Cardinals, he isn't ready to publicly declare which school he'll sign with next week.
"I won't have [final] decision for a few days," Miller said. "Me and my dad are still talking about everything and I'm going to sit down with my family and just come up with the best decision for me. I'm still a [Louisville] commitment."
Last weekend, Miller visited FIU. "I enjoyed it," Miller said. "It's in my hometown so I felt comfortable around the coaches and players. I had a good time."
Wednesday, Hurtt travelled was in Miami to check in with Miller, the No. 61-ranked offensive guard prospect in the nation.
"Coach Hurtt came down to see me [Wednesday]," Miller said. "The meeting was good. We touched base on a few things. He went over the letter of intent with me and explained that. The meeting went great."
West Virginia also paid Miller a visit this week.
"They came to see me [Wednesday] too," Miller said. "It went pretty well. I was talking to the offensive line coach with my friend Marquis Lucas."
Now Louisville, West Virginia and FIU await a final decision from Miller, whose former teammate Charles Gaines has already enrolled at Louisville. Miller said he doesn't plan to visit anywhere this weekend, despite USC coaches visiting his school this week.