The spring has been good to Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne wide receiver A.D. Miller.
Every other day it seems the 6-foot-4, 175-pound pass catcher is adding a new offer, and many times multiple offers, to his growing list. In fact, in the last week he has added Michigan, Washington State, Memphis, and Kansas.
"It's been good. It's been real exciting lately," Miller said. "I'm just enjoying the process. I plan on taking a few more visits this summer so I can go ahead and get a time frame on when I'm going to commit and who to and go from there."
Of course there is always the possibility of new offers being extended. Miller knows all too well it is too hard to predict who will be next, but there are a couple of schools who have been stepping up their interest.
"I'd say Oregon and BYU," Miller said.
At this point he does have a few schools standing out.
"Right now I have about seven schools that are standing out," Miller said. "I have Michigan, Ohio State, Illinois, Cal, Miami, Arizona State, and that's about it."
Each of the schools has caught his attention for similar reasons.
"Each of those schools can throw the ball," Miller said. "They have a history of throwing the ball and they have a good history of receivers making it to the NFL and getting drafted and they all have good academic programs. That's one of the things I'm looking at heavily. Each of those schools are just great schools, and I'm looking forward to visiting them all."
He has already taken visits to Illinois and SMU, and he mentioned he wants to take visits to Cal and Miami. With a few new offers, he has a few more plans.
"I have Ohio State and Michigan and probably Arizona State will get added to that list," Miller said.
Some of those visits will happen this summer, and he knows some may have to wait until he can take official visits in the fall.