Miller was impressed with the intensity of the camp, something he hasn't experienced at any of the other camps he has attended.
"The camp was very intense, very fast paced compared to other schools that I have gone to," said Miller. "But it is the SEC so I guess they expect more from you."
He also came away impressed with other aspects of Mississippi State football.
"I really liked the facilities," said the youngster. "The last time I was here it wasn't as built up as it is now. I also liked the coaches. They are very encouraging."
He had a chance to talk to several of the Mississippi State coaches after the camp.
"(Assistant) Coach (Angelo) Mirando, (Assistant) Coach (Melvin) Smith and (Head) Coach (Dan) Mullen talked to me," said Miller. "Coach Mirando said I ran good routes and that I am a D-I player but that I have to catch the ball. I kind of messed up on that today. But today was just a bad day for me because I usually always catch the ball."
Miller has attended three camps so far and has several others on his summer agenda.
"I have gone to MTSU, Memphis and this camp (Mississippi State)," said Miler. "I am going to Ole Miss, Southern Illinois and a couple of other schools."
Miller is receiving interest from all of schools he is camping at.
"MTSU, Memphis, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Southern Illinois are recruiting me," said Miler.
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