Miller's In-Home Goes Well

As planned, members of North Carolina's coaching staff traveled to Jarrell Miller's Highland Springs (Va.) home to make their last push for the four-star linebacker's February signature.

"It went very well," said John Miller, Jarrell's father who participated in the in-home visit. "[The UNC coaches talked about] what they had to offer, that they had a need at that position [linebacker], and that they could really use him [Jarrell] down there."

Heading into the in-home visit, Miller was completely wide open among his final five, which included Florida, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, and Virginia in addition to UNC. And after the in-home, he remains that way.

"After the visit, he's still stuck," said John. "All five of his schools are in the running. It's going to be tough to determine which school he prefers. After all these in-home visits and official visits he says to me ‘Dad, I'm still stuck.'"

Miller, who has officially visited all five of his favorites, will take a break from any sort of visits as he chooses a school. On January 7th in front of a national audience, Miller will announce his future school during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

In addition to his official visit, Miller has visited Chapel Hill unofficially for a few home games. Miller has left each stay impressed – especially with Franklin Street, but, according to his father, that hasn't separated the Tar Heels from the pack.

"He likes the school a lot – as well as the other four schools," said John. "He likes them all the same, so he's really having a tough time. All the schools have good academic programs – they all have good business schools, and all the coaches seem to be like fair coaches and upfront."

Miller, a 6-foot-3, 235-pound linebacker, helped lead Highland Springs High School to an 8-3 record as he accumulated 99 tackles including a school record 17 for a loss.

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