Miller Excited About Pitt Visit

"I have been on three visits to Indiana, West Virginia and Ohio State," stated tight end/offensive tackle Andy Miller (6-ft-6 inches, 260 pounds) from Trinity High School in Washington, PA. "I was impressed with all three of them. It's hard to separate them in a sense. There were positives you could take from each one. I'm still open and looking forward to seeing what Pitt has to offer."

Andy Miller primarily plays tight end in high school. He is capable of playing tight end and offensive tackle on the next level. Most schools seem to prefer Andy at offensive tackle. Miller has a lengthy 6 foot 6 inch frame. He's capable of adding a significant amount of weight without losing his mobility. Pitt, Ohio State, North Carolina State, Illinois, Indiana, Northwestern, West Virginia and Marshall have extended scholarship offers.

"It's been very important to me to get to know the coaches, players and people I'll be around for three to four years. I want to play with people that have a high desire to win. High character people are important as well. I believe I met a lot of those people on my trip so far."

Miller, ranked as the No. 50 prospect in Pennsylvania by, 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. Pitt's Head Assistant Head Coach Bob Junko has been primarily responsible for Andy's recruitment. He was named first team Class AAAA Associated Press All-State and All-WPIAL.

When asked if the Panthers' stellar recruiting class would factor into his final decision, he quickly replied, "Yes, I can see that factoring into my decision. You're going to be closest with the players coming in your recruiting class. It's good to know the guys coming in with you are great players."

"I'll trip to Pitt and make my decision shortly after. It's going to be great spending time with Coach (Dave) Wannstedt and the players."

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