Catching Up With UW Commit Jordan Miller

Oceanside (Ca.) CB Jordan Miller talks about his senior season, when he plans to visit Washington as well as which two Pac 12 programs are still trying to get him to look their way...

"I still get calls from Washington State and California. They probably call me as much as Washington does," Miller told Dawgman.com. "I'm not going to be rude and cut them off and I'm still going to answer the phone and talk to them.

"In my mind, I already know where I want to go (Washington), but I'll listen to what they have to say."

Miller committed to Washington shortly after visiting Montlake this summer and has been steadfast in his commitment. He said he plans to take a visit to Seattle late next month although the date has changed.

"I had originally planned to come up on January 16th, but I had to push it back a week to the 23rd because of my team banquet," Miller said.

While helping to lead his team to a 14-1 record, Miller wound up posting over 50 tackles with three interceptions and double-digit pass breakups.

While those are all solid numbers, it's the chances that got away that really seem to eat at the talented corner.

"I had three picks, but it should have been more like six or seven," Miller said. "I had a couple of chances to make plays and when you are on defense, you need to make place when you have the opportunity. I need to make those plays and that's where a lot of focus will be in the offseason."

Miller had the opportunity to enroll at Washington early so he could take part in spring ball, but he decided to stay and enjoy his senior year.

"The (Husky) coaches wanted me to come up early, but I would have had to get into the ARCH program here, that's what we call it, and you'd have to take all of these classes and basically not be part of school here (at Oceanside) and I didn't want to do that," Miller said. "It isn't that I don't want to get up there and start my college career, but I only get to be a senior in high school once and I wanted to be with my friends for a little longer, so I decided just to wait until the summer and then get up there."

We will have more from Miller after he takes his official visit next month and then on Signing Day on February 4th when he signs his letter-of-intent.

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