What will factor into his final decision?
"Definitely the family atmosphere, of course a winning team, a team on the rise," he said. "It's gotta have everything. Especially if I'm not going to be close to my family I'm going to need that family atmosphere."
Miller said he has a cousin currently at Utah and that his dad "got a job in Washington," which is why he's looked West at the Bruins and the Utes.
The 6-2, 295-pounder called the opportunity to play in the U.S. Army game a "blessing" and said he's excited about the challenge of competing with and against some of the top high school talent in the nation in San Antonio.
"I'm just glad to be here and be able to play against the best," said Miller. "I always want to test against the best. I look forward to meeting the best players and seeing what's going on in their heads."