"It was a good visit," said Miller, who saw Indiana last weekend and will visit Ohio State next weekend. "I guess for me the highlight was just being around the players and seeing if I could fit in. I think I did."
Miller, who was hosted in Morgantown by Mike Dent, said there was excitement around the WVU program, which won the Big East title and will play Georgia in the Sugar Bowl Jan. 2.
"They are very competitive guys," Miller said. "They are excited to go down to Georgia and play in the bowl game."
Miller (6-6, 255, 4.9) recently got an offer from Ohio State. He also plans a visit to Pittsburgh Jan. 7.
"Coach (Joe) Daniels came out on Tuesday," Miller said. "I got to talk to him. He brought the letter with my scholarship offer. Coach Tressel will probably come and visit me sometime after my visit. I am looking forward to my visit there this coming weekend."
Miller said he does not have a leader at the present time.
"I am keeping everything open," Miller said. "I want to give every school an equal opportunity to show me what they have to offer. I am keeping mental notes in the back of my head. I know where I feel comfortable.
"I probably won't have a leader until I visit them all. After that, it may only be a few days before I decide."
Miller said WVU and Pitt are recruiting him as an offensive line, while IU and OSU have mostly discussed tight end.
"Obviously, I would like to play tight end," Miller said. "But I know I am going to play whatever position the team needs me to play."
Miller, ranked as the No. 50 prospect in Pennsylvania by Scout.com, had nine catches for 193 yards this year and ended his prep career with 20 grabs for 400 yards. He boasts a 3.99 GPA and scored the equivalent of a 1060 on the SAT.