NorCal WR Prospect Will Camp at UCLA

Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley receiver Sean Miller plans to camp at UCLA this summer and he's hoping to land more exposure by playing with California's top quarterback...

Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley receiver Sean Miller has the unique advantage of playing with California's top passer.

The 6-3, 215-pounder is the favorite target of Cal commit Zach Kline, and he's got an offer of his own.

"Air Force has offered and I'm hearing a lot from the Ivies, and maybe either Army or Navy will be offering," said Miller. "Some of the smaller schools like me as a tight end and the bigger schools as a receiver."

With Kline being committed to Cal, that didn't stop schools from coming by the San Ramon Valley campus, much to Miller's delight.

"We had 28 schools come by this spring, so playing with him works to my advantage," said Miller.

Miller said some of those schools included Cal, Oregon State, Washington State, Utah, Cal and a number of Ivy League schools.

"I've also gotten a couple of letters from Boise State (where former SRV quarterback Joe Southwick now plays), but I'm not sure if they came by," said Miller.

Miller said three schools he's most interested in all come from the Pac-12.

"Right now, definitely UCLA, Stanford and Oregon State are the ones I'm most interested in and depending on what other schools come out, I'm probably going to take three more unofficial visits," said Miller.

Miller is planning to visit Palo Alto, Corvallis and Westwood this summer and may camp at each spot.

He said he's looking forward to going through the whole process.

"I want to be able to check out the campus and go through the process and make sure I can see myself there at each school," said Miller.

Academically, Miller has a 3.6 and is waiting his SAT score results' arrival.

Brandon is in his seventh year with, currently as the National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager. Prior to joining the Scout Recruiting Team, he was a team recruiting writer.  He's been covering recruiting for the Scout Network since 2003.
Twitter | Blog | Facebook | E-Mail |

Bruin Report Online Top Stories