Four-star tight end Gabe Miller out of Lake Oswego, Ore. took his second official visit of the recruiting season to Colorado. Despite only being there for approximately 24 hours, the 6-foot-3, 220-pounder with 4.7-second speed had a good time in Boulder.
"I really enjoyed it down there and had a good time," he said. "We squeezed a lot in a short time. I got there and met with the coaches. They told me what they were looking for out of me and gave me the scoop on the program and what I can expect. They were really nice guys and seemed very upfront and honest. After that I got lunch and then went to the game.
"After the game, I hung with my host Riar Geer. I had a good time with him and he told me what I should expect if I go there. Then today I got up early and had breakfast with the coaches and met with a business professor."
What did the Rivals250 prospect think of the Buffaloes big win over Missouri?
"The game was awesome and it couldn't turn out much better for them. They beat Missouri pretty well," he said. "The atmosphere was great and the fans were into it. I got to go down on the field and hang out with the team and the fans went crazy. It was a lot of fun. I liked how Colorado used two tight ends and threw the ball to them quite a bit."
Miller rated his trip an eight or nine.
"Everything on the visit was real professional," he said. "I think Colorado is up near the top. I grew up and lived there for 10 years so it does feel a lot like home. Of course I'm high on them coming off the trip, but I'd say my visit there is pretty similar to my trip to Oregon."
Next up for the No. 10 inside linebacker in the country are visits to Oregon State on December 10th and California on December 17th. He mentioned that his fifth official may go to either Washington or UCLA.