Recruiting: Miller Ready To Be A Cowboy RB

Running back Travis Miller of Marlin, Texas was listed as an all-district wide receiver this past season. Following his official visit this weekend to Oklahoma State this weekend we spoke to him after he was home, and got down to the bottom of why he didn't play as much running back this season.

"I still had about 700 yards but we had another running back (Antonio Moore) that was trying to get looked at by colleges and so he played there a lot this season," said the 5-11, 185-pound speedster Miller. "It is my understanding that I will be playing running back at Oklahoma State."

Miller has been committed to the Cowboys since last summer and he does bring scintillating speed with a 4.45 in the 40-yard dash. His visit to Oklahoma State started out with dinner in downtown Stillwater on Friday night with Coach Doug Meacham and others at Aggies' Big House.

"The food was good," said Miller "The whole visit was great, really smooth. It was much like I expected. They did take me down to the west end zone and we spent a lot of time down there. It is huge! It is really going to be nice all the facilities that are down there. I can't wait."

Miller said he will look forward to signing with the Cowboys on Feb. 6 and planning his return to Stillwater for his start in the program this summer.

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