Texas two-way standout Chris Miller will get a good look at a pair of former Big 12 rivals on Tuesday.
“They are big schools,” Miller told BlackAndGoldIllustrated.com. “Mizzou’s got good football tradition. Kansas is just a great place, from what I’ve heard.”
Perhaps the Tigers, Miller's first Southeastern Conference offer, and the Jayhawks, who were one of his first D-1 offers, could change that with his visits on Tuesday.
Miller is being recruited by most schools as either a wide receiver or a cornerback.
“It’s evenly split,” he said.
Kansas and Missouri, Miller said, are both recruiting him as a defensive back.
“I want to play both,” he said.
The Texas high school standout may be a good enough athlete to do it. He put on an impressive performance at a camp this spring.
Miller ran a 4.5-second 40-yard dash and recorded a 40.2-inch vertical leap at The Opening regional in March in Dallas. His scores there left him as the third highest overall rating among the prospects there.