The calls from college coaches have still been steady, though, and Miller has basically narrowed it down to the three schools he'll likely choose from.
"I'm thinking on making a decision soon. Then again I thought I would have decided before my season starts, so I'm not sure. If I don't commit before my season is done, then I'll take some official trips," said Miller.
Miller attended UCLA's game last weekend with Oklahoma, which provided a chance to see two of his finalists.
"It was a good opportunity for me to see both of those schools up close," said Miller.
Miller's foot injury came on the Warriors final two-a-day practice in August. Making a cut while playing tight end, he rolled his foot and where it was taped, the pressure caused the break in the fifth metatarsal.
"It was a setback for me, but I'm tough mentally so I'm just trying to think positive. Yeah, it's frustrating and I really want to be out there and playing," said Miller. "When I come back, I'll probably just start out at defensive end, but by the end of the season I hope to be going both ways."
As a junior Miller recorded 60 tackles including 14 sacks. He also had four forced fumbles and three recoveries. Splitting time at tight end last season, he grabbed 16 catches for 183 yards and 1 TD, but this fall will be the Warriors top tight end.
Academically, Miller has a 3.0 GPA and took the SAT on June 4th.