Tampa (Fla.) Berkeley Prep three-star linebacker Schyler Miles' recruiting process is coming to an end. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound inside linebacker is down to a final three of Florida, Kansas, and West Virginia.
On Wednesday afternoon, he was paid an in-home visit by the Jayhawks.
"Kansas came by today around 12," Miles said. "Coach (Dave) Campo and Coach (DeMontie) Cross came by."
This past weekend Miles took an official visit to Kansas, but his mother wasn't able to tag along. Today's meeting provided her an opportunity to further familiarize herself with Kansas.
"They hadn't met my mom yet, so they had a good talk with my mom," Miles said.
The Kansas staff also had plenty to say to Miles.
"They told me how excited they are," Miles said. " They just told me they want me. They told me to think it out and make the best decision for me soon. They didn't want to pressure me. They had nothing but good things to say.
All in all, Miles said today's visit went very well.
"It was a good visit," Miles said. "We talked about basically everything, football-wise as well as academic-wise."
The visit by the Jayhawks came on the heels of Miles visit to Lawrence this past weekend. He was impressed during his time on-campus at Kansas.
"I really liked the facilities," Miles said. "Their facility was really one of the nicest ones that I have seen on my visits. I also got to spend time with a bunch of the players on the team now and I got along well with them. I also got to spend time with Coach (Charlie) Weis, the linebackers coach, Coach Cross, and Coach Campo as well. I really tried to build a stronger connection with all three coaches.
"I think it went really well," Miles added.
Miles was accompanied on the Kansas visit by his father. His mother wasn't able to attend. She was able to take a trip to Gainesville this past Friday to check out the University of Florida. Miles explained the reasoning behind that visit for his mother.
"She visited Florida for a day," Miles said. "She wasn't able to go with me on my official visit because she had to work. They are one of my top schools so I wanted her to see everything in-person and experience everything. I also wanted her to be able to talk to some of the coaches as well."
The Sunshine State prospect says that his visits with coaches are now concluded. He will now turn his attention to making a decision.
"I will be deciding from Kansas, Florida, and West Virginia," Miles said. "I haven't made the decision yet. I am getting close to one I believe. I will probably make one on Friday."
All three of Miles finalists are recruiting him as a linebacker. He talked about what will help him separate them from one another and ultimately allow one to emerge as his future home.
"I am going to have to recap all of the visits and figure out where I felt most comfortable at," Miles said. "It is going to be the school where I had a different feeling from any of the other schools during my visit. I am looking for the right chemistry with the coaches. It is going to be where me, my parents, and my coaches feel is the best place for me."
Miles will make his final announcement on National Signing Day during an event at Berkeley Prep.