Miller has 'High' interest in Michigan

Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne 2015 wide receiver Adrian Miller discusses his Michigan offer, when he would like to visit, other schools sticking out in his recruitment, a decision timeline and more.

Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne 2015 wide receiver Adrian Miller has stayed in consistent contact with the Michigan coaching staff these past two weeks, and earlier this week -- he received an offer from the Wolverines.

"I have high interest in Michigan," Miller said. "I have family up there. It's a great place to play football. It's a great environment. It has good education and academics."

Currently, Miller holds notable offers from Michigan, Nebraska and Notre Dame, among others. And now that he holds a U-M offer, where does Michigan stand in his recruitment?

"They are right there on the map," Miller said. "I really don't have a top-five or anything like that. They are pretty high. I don't know where they'll end up being at, but I know I am going to end up taking a visit this summer to check it out.

"I would like to see (Michigan's) campus. I would like to see how I fit into their environment. Their football facilities, just meeting the coaches, getting to checkout all the locker rooms, and everything like that. Just being there and see how it feels. That's really what I am looking at."

Miller has already been on campus visits to Illinois, SMU and Arkansas. He says he is planning on checking out Miami (Fla.), California, Michigan and Ohio State this summer.

As far as a decision timeline, Miller says he would like to make his commitment after he takes all of his visits this summer.

"Probably after this summer I'm going to make my final decision after I make those final four visits," Miller said. "Then I am going to make a couple official visits to make sure I make the right decision."

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