There aren't too many better two way players in the state this year than San Jose (Calif.) Mitty athlete Anthony Miller. After mulling over a handful of offers, Miller decided to stay close to home and committed to Cal.
"I went down there for a visit last Wednesday and really liked it," Miller said. "I thought about it over the weekend and then on Saturday, I decided to go ahead and make my commitment.
"Cal has been my top choice for awhile now, there really wasn't a second choice for me. The more I thought I about it, the more I realized that Cal was the place for me. They're recruiting to me play tight end and that's where I want to play as well.
"Cal uses the tight end a lot and I think I'll fit in well in that offense. It's close to home, I like the coaching staff a lot, they're one of the top programs in the West right now and you can't beat the academics. They were just so many positives that I had to jump on the offer.
"As for committing so early, I just want to be able to focus on football and school my senior year and didn't want to worry about recruiting. I'm not going to take any other visits except my visit to Cal, I'm 100% locked in for Cal right now and I'm not looking anywhere else."
Miller, 6-4, 245 pounds is also a very talented defensive end and would be ranked as one of the best players on defense as well. He turned down offers from Arizona State, Nebraska, Oregon, and San Jose State.