Right now, despite what you may have heard, Miles isn't ready to make a commitment and says he goes back and forth in his mind as to who he favors. Miles says that he'll read the information from a school, start liking a program and then read some more and change his mind. Make no mistake about it, this young man has done his homework on personnel, coaches and everything in between.
"I know [what players] are going to be there and [what players] are not going to be there but it really depends on when I go see it how the program and campus looks."
Despite having all five trips set up, there's no guarantee he takes all the visits. "[The chances of taking all five are] probably not that good. I probably won't commit after my first visit. But, if I go and see something that is really right for me, I might but I doubt it.
"I probably won't take all five but it depends on the order I take the visits and if there's a school I really want to see but I probably won't take all five."
Miles feels like his relationship with the coach will weigh heavily in his decision. "Just being able to go just because you go play? You're going to be with the coach everyday. I can play both [up-tempo and halfcourt] anyway. Most guys can't really play in a half court set. Most of the teams I got play a mixture. That's how my [high school] coach does it. In the summer we run a lot because that's what my team is made for."
Schools can begin visiting with prospects on September 9th. In fact, UNC and Texas will be in his house on the first day, Kansas on the 13th and Georgia Tech on the 14th.