Miller visited Rutgers mid-week last week and caught an early glimpse of the 2012 uniforms and was on campus again for the spring game.
"Everything went well," Miller said. "It was just another good day up at Rutgers. I've been to the past two spring games, but this one was good just to be back around football. I've basically just been watching practices and workouts. It was cool to see a game again."
Muller and Miller met at previous Rutgers functions and the Boyertown (Pa.) product has been recruiting Miller to join him on the future Scarlet Knights' offensive line.
"They're going at me pretty hard and I definitely appreciate that," Miller said. "I think they're great players and they want me to be on their team. That means something. I think it's a cool thing. It's a good thing. ... They're not too pushy. They just talk about how good of a school it is and how much they want me to come."
Miller continues to build a relationship with Rutgers offensive line coach Damian Wroblewski, who stood out with his on-field presence during the spring game.
"During the game, especially with it being Coach Wrobo's first year, I was watching that very closely," Miller said. "I really liked his style out there. He's got big energy, but when the linemen come off the field, he's got a really calm nature. It didn't look like a stressful environment. I was definitely impressed by the coaching style of Coach Wrobo during the game."
After a spring break trip through SEC country, Miller named Tennessee and Rutgers his two leaders. The Volunteers, he said, impressed him on an unofficial visit and continue to stick out to him.
"It's just been stuck in my mind and that's why they're in my top two. Usually, on other visits, I kind of forget about them when I got visit Rutgers again. Tennessee, they did such a good job of showing me everything. Even when I went to Rutgers, Tennessee was still on my mind. It was more than just another visit."
Signing Day is still the plan for a decision, Miller said.
"I'm taking in everything in this process slowly, especially after my brother (DeJuan Miller) went through it," he said. "I feel like with my brother, he committed so early (to Oklahoma) because that was his dream school. I don't really have a dream school. I want to go out to enjoy the process and find the school I really want to go to. I don't want any regrets."