It's that time of the year for some recruits to start picking up offers and Highland Springs, Va. wideout Deon Miller is one of those who added his first scholarship last month. The 6-foot-5, 185-pounder landed an offer from the MAC.
"I got an offer from Temple last month," he said. "I felt really good about them once they offered. I've read about the school and looked them up on the internet and it seems like a good program."
Temple is the only scholarship right now, but at least one other Division I program is taking an interest.
"I've talked to Mike Groh from Virginia," he said. "We just had a little conversation about how I'm doing in school and he's trying to get me up there for a one day camp or something."
Miller plans to camp at Virginia soon.
"I'm looking at going to their seven-on-seven camp this month, that's the main camp I'm looking at right now."
At this time, the Commonwealth wide receiver claims no leader, but went into detail about what he wants in a school.
"Basically I just want to feel like I'm at home," he said. "As far as the school, I want a nice community and atmosphere. I'm looking for a place that'll focus on my academics and ability to be an athlete."