"It went great," Miller responded when asked about his trip to Seattle. "I had a great time. I loved spending time with the coaches and some of the players.
"Jake Browning was my host and we talked about a lot of things."
Was one of those things the CIF Championship game that saw Browning's Folsom squad beat Miller's Oceanside team pretty handily?
"Yeah, we talked about it right off the bat just to get it out of the way," Miller said with a chuckle. "After that first conversation, it was pretty much over and we focused on the future and what it's like being there.
"He loves it there and he told me what it was like in the dorms and how the workouts are. He said they are really tough, but that's good. It'll get your ready for what the season will be like."
When asked what his favorite part of the trip was, he came up with two points of focus.
"Definitely the weather. I am not a guy who likes it really hot, so being up there was perfect," Miller said. "It was still pretty nice weather and it wasn't too hot. I liked that.
"I really liked the whole school. When I was up there in the summer, my dad didn't get the full tour, so it was cool to go through all of that and to see it all and take that all in.
"It was all great."
When it was all said and done and Miller had had his meeting with head coach Chris Petersen, the corner prospect only had one thought.
"I didn't want to leave. I just wanted to get it started and start working out," Miller said. "I just can't wait to get back up there and get things started."
Miller finished his senior season with 50 tackles, three interceptions and double-digit pass breakups.
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