"It was a top notch campus," Miles said. "I think it would be a great place to go get a degree, especially a business degree. I liked how active the campus was – I've never been somewhere where there were people everywhere.
"I can see that everybody loves it and everybody is a family. It was the most energetic place that I've been to so far."
His chat on Saturday with Larry Fedora left a lasting impression.
Miles concluded his stay with a meeting with head coach Larry Fedora, which is where his UNC offer was extended.
"He just told me when it comes to making a decision to go somewhere that makes me happy," Miles said. "He said, ‘Don't even think about football. When you go to a place make sure you enjoy your time there.' He said, ‘If you think about it, everybody talks about their stadiums, but you only play there six-seven days out of the year. What are you going to do the next 359 days?' That really got to me and had me thinking a lot."
UNC is recruiting Miles, who has played every skill position for North Gwinnett accumulating two interceptions and 1,000 yards of offense as a junior, as a defensive back.
"They mentioned free safety, strong safety, corner, and ‘Ram,'" Miles said. "I'm fine with that. I just have to adjust to where they want me. I've been doing it in high school – last year I played a different position almost every game. Wherever they want me, I'll adjust to it."