Killeen (Texas) Shoemaker defensive tackle and Sooner commitment Roy Miller was in Norman yesterday, where he spent two hours with the Oklahoma coaching staff.
Miller and his parents, Roy Jr. and Ruta, had been in Kansas City visiting relatives, but stopped on their way back home for a tour of OU hosted by Coach Stoops.
"It felt a lot better (being in Norman) now that I'm committed," said Miller. "It (the unofficial visit) reassured me that I made the right decision. It made me feel good."
Since orally committing to the Sooners last month, the 6-foot-2, 293-pounder said he has received scholarship offers from Georgia and UCLA.
"I've got so much mail that I don't even know where to start," he said.
Regardless, Miller said he will be a Sooner in February.
"I can't see myself going anywhere else," he said. "OU is the top football program in the nation. They get the best recruiting classes and they're going to get another one this year."
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