Miller who stands at 6-foot-3 and 228 pounds is ranked the tenth best defensive end in the state and No. 55 in the nation by Scout. He currently holds offers from 11 schools, but following his visit to the South Plains, he said it definitely helped Texas Tech.
“They will be in my top three, which I am still trying to figure out,” Miller said.
While on his visit Miller said he got to tour the whole campus, football facilities and Jones AT&T Stadium. He said he was impressed with the whole experience and the new additions to the Jones.
“It went really well. We got to go around and see everything, I thought it (the campus) was beautiful,” Miller said.
Miller spent the day with coach Mike Smith who showed him around and then had lunch with head coach Kliff Kingsbury at the Rawls Golf Course. He stated the coaching staff is something that separates Texas Tech from the other schools.
“How they are so focused and strive for perfection. They are like a family and make you feel at home,” Miller said.
Another thing that has already impressed Miller is the Texas Tech fan base, which is showing him a lot of love. He said on his trip he could tell Lubbock was a football town, which he likes.
“I love it. I love seeing them excited about my offer and the fact that they will be rooting for me if I end up there. They really care and it’s good to have that love,” Miller said.
While this trip did a lot of good for Texas Tech, Miller is still making sure he considers all of his options.
He said he is trying to make as many visits as he can and will be visiting Iowa on May 19-20. He added Colorado State and Cal visits are in the works as well.
Miller said he would narrow this down into a top three or five by the end of the spring. Stay tuned to Scout for the latest on Miller’s recruitment.