Miller says Michigan visit was 'Great'

Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne 2015 wide receiver Adrian Miller discusses his latest trip to Michigan, how he sees himself in their offense, where the Wolverines stand in his recruitment and more.

Adrian Miller is becoming quite the hot name in the recruiting community.

The Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne 2015 wide receiver currently holds double-digit offers and recently made a trip Michigan to check out the Wolverines.

"Everything was great," Miller said. "I was able to see the campus, facilities, the coaches, all of that – it was great. From a academic standpoint is it was great. It was overall a great visit."

During his visit, Miller said he had a chance to sit down with offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier and wide receivers coach Jeff Hecklinski.

"We just talked about how I fit into the offense," said Miller, who stands at 6-foot-3, 170-pounds. "What type of offense they run. Their receiver depth chart. Where I play throughout all that. "I can see myself in their offense. The play-action is pretty nice. I watched some film of Alabama to see how they setup their receivers and all of that. So I feel like I can see myself in the offense and on the field." Now that three-star prospect has seen what Michigan has to offer, he says the Maize & Blue have pretty high ranking on his list of schools.

"They are pretty high on my list," Miller said. "They are one of the schools I am really considering. After my visit, they are one of my top schools."

In no particular order, Miller said his top-six schools are Illinois, Michigan, Ohio State, Miami (Fla.), Cal and Arizona State. He says is also looking real hard at Kentucky, Kansas and BYU. He says he is trying to make campus visits to Miami and Cal sometime during the summer.

As far as what as what his is looking for on his campus visits, Miller says academics is high on his list.

"I am looking for great academics," Miller said. "Academics are a big deal. I fell like that is going to take me further then football. After that I am looking for a great environment. I want to be around great people, great coaches and football program that is doing their thing right now."

Miller said he is planning to make a late summer decision. He says he would come back to Michigan for a visit, but most likely would have to be for an official visit.

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