So, after giving it plenty of thought, Miles phoned Notre Dame to say he would be on campus this weekend for the first of what he expects will be five official visits.
"Florida wanted me to come up this weekend as well," Miles said. "I did it mainly because of my parents because I've already been to Florida once and it's easy to get to because I don't live too far from it.
"They want me to get up to Notre Dame and experience it because it's hard to schedule visits that far away."
The 6-foot-2, 225-pound Miles is yet to be offered by the Irish, but he was told he will get one when he visits. He is being brought in with a number of other official visitors for the regular season-ending banquet, which assistant coach Tony Alford talked to him about during an in-home visit last week.
"I don't know much about it, but (Alford) told me it is a time they want all the recruits up and they have a lot of official visits on this date," Miles said. "He said it's a great way to show the kids what's happening at Notre Dame and what's going on there."
Miles will be joined by his mother and father on the visit, but he isn't heading there looking for anything in particular.
So, what will be his focus?
"Just the school, and how things work up there," Miles said. "I want to meet all the coaches, the defensive coordinator and the linebackers coach. People tell me it's a great campus, so I'm excited."
"It's pretty much the same thing," he said. "I'm still going to take my five officials to the same places."