Cali CB Prospect Enjoys Visit To Seattle

Oceanside (Ca.) CB Jordan Miller talks about his trip to the Pacific Northwest, specifically his visit to Washington, and where things stand for him in the decision-making process and where the Huskies currently stand...

"I had a fantastic visit there," Miller told Dawgman.com over the weekend. "It was great being up there and they talk to me like I'm already part of the family and that was really great to hear.

"The facilities there are impressive and I just feel a great bond with the coaching staff, especially coach (Jimmy) Lake."

After visiting Washington all day on Saturday, Miller and his father awoke early Sunday morning to make the drive south to see Oregon State and Oregon and this morning they are headed to Pullman to meet with the Washington State coaching staff.

"The visit to Oregon State went well. I had a good time there," Miller said. "I met with Oregon and they asked me to be patient because they are real close to offering, but they are still evaluating guys."

Putting aside anything that happens while he's in Pullman today, Miller said the Huskies are still his top school and he hopes to make a decision before the start of his senior season.

"Washington is still on top for me," Miller said. "They offered me early and they have just made me feel very comfortable with them and what they have to offer as a school and as a football program.

"I feel pretty comfortable with the coaches and I know I could get a great education at Washington.

"I want to make a decision before the start of my season, so I'll wait a few weeks and see what other schools come in with offers and I'll wait to see what Oregon does, but I'd like to decide in August at some point, I'm not really sure of an exact date, and be done with it so that I can focus on my team and my season."

Miller didn't put up much in the way of statistics last season as he played mostly a backup role for Oceanside, but with his size (6'2", 180) and quickness, he's a player who has garnered a lot of early attention from schools.

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