Kissimmee (FL) Gateway cornerback Henry Miller has already made an official visit to Rutgers and last weekend he made his way to Raleigh to do the same with NC State.
At 6-3, 185 pounds Miller is a big corner and has the body type that the Pack is looking for to fill that open spot in the class of 2016.
Miller talked with Pack Pride about his trip and what caught his eye.
“I liked State a lot,” said Miller. “I had a chance to spend a lot of time with the players, did a lot of eating and met with the coaches.”
Another thing Miller said he couldn’t help notice was the atmosphere and fan support. While the Pack came up short against Clemson, it didn’t take away from the overall game day experience in Carter-Finley Stadium.
“It was great. The team played well. The fans are crazy there. Like I said, they played real well. The offense was clicking. The defense, the coaches just kept telling me the need DB’s. That was really the problem.”
Wolfpack linebacker Riley Nicholson got the first start of his career against Clemson and hosted Miller on his visit.
Miller plans to commit after taking his official visits and next up is a trip to Mississippi State on November 14.
He said he hasn’t put together a favorite’s list just yet but the Pack is looking good.
“I don’t really have any favorites right now because I haven’t visited all the schools yet that I want to see, but NC State, I really enjoyed it up there.”
Miller is rated a three-star prospect by Scout.com and the No.108 cornerback in the nation by Scout.com.