Miller, who plays on the AAU circuit with the Cincinnati, Ohio-based D-1 Greyhounds, still boasts a rather lengthy list. Will Miller's recruitment come down to a Red vs. Blue battle?
"I really don't know," Miller said. "Things are going good with my recruitment, but I still haven't narrowed it down yet."
"He's still open," said Brian Miller, the players father. "He's still trying to be a kid and he's focused on working on his game."
Miller holds offers from both the Cardinals and Wildcats. Defending national champion Florida is showing strong interest. Tennessee, Indiana, Miami, Clemson, Illinois, Cincinnati, Texas, Wisconsin, and Duke are also on the list.
"Louisville, Florida and Kentucky - they're showing a lot of interest," Miller said.
Don't expect a decision any time soon from Miller. He seems more concerned about his play on the summer AAU circuit than he does about picking a college.
"I'll probably decide by next high school basketball season," Miller said.
"I don't know when he'll narrow it down - whenever he feels comfortable enough to do so, I guess," Brian Miller said. "He's just feeling out all the coaches right now and wants to get to know them better. He's not going to jump into anything too quickly."