UNC Visits Miller Tonight

In an attempt to reel in one of the biggest fish of the 2006 recruiting class, the North Carolina coaching staff will head to Highland Springs (Va.) Friday night for an in-home visit with Jarrell Miller. The visit will be the last before Miller announces his commitment.

"They're coming tomorrow at 8:30," said Miller. "Coach [Andre] Powell, Coach [Tommy] Thigpen, and Coach [Marvin] Sanders are coming."

Miller, a 6-foot-3 235-pound linebacker, setup the in-home during his official trip to Chapel Hill last weekend.

During his official visit, Miller, who was hosted by former teammate Wyatt Hicks, received the usual – a campus tour, meetings with academic advisors and the coaching staff, and plenty of food. For entertainment purposes, Miller watched the NCHSAA State Championship games held at Kenan Stadium, and spent time at the Endzone – his favorite part of the visit.

"I really enjoyed it – I had a lot of fun on my official visit," said Miller. "We went to this place called the Endzone. I never thought there would be a day in my life where I'd go eat, while playing a bunch of video games. It was a free arcade. They had the new Xbox 360 and a virtual reality machine. Man, it was cool."

Prior to his trip to Chapel Hill, Miller officially visited Tennessee, Virginia, and Florida. Miller claims each of his visits were equally as enjoyable.

"I don't think I can really compare my visits," said Miller. "To me it's just about even throughout all the visits. I rate all visits a 10."

This weekend Miller will head to Blacksburg for an official visit with Virginia Tech.

Although Miller denies having a leader among the five aforementioned schools (his final five), there isn't much he doesn't like about the Tar Heels.

"I like just about everything at North Carolina," said Miller. "Going down there, I saw a lot of stuff I liked. I have a really good relationship with the coaches at North Carolina."

After weighing out the pros and cons of his final five schools, Miller will announce his collegiate decision at the All-American Bowl.

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