Tampa (Fla.) Berkeley Prep linebacker Schyler Miles is working on setting up some official visits and in the past week a few phone calls have been made in hopes of cementing some dates.
"I think my dad called West Virginia yesterday and they are supposed to talk again sometime this week to figure out when I can get up there," Miles said. "I had planned to go to the West Virginia-LSU game at the end of the month but all of the recruits are trying to go to that game and they think it could be a distraction with it being such a big game, so they aren't sure they will have any officials. If not then, I will go down the road."
"I am also trying to schedule one with Cincinnati," Miles added. "Cincinnati has been recruiting me pretty hard. I've been talking to them every week, about two or three times every week. I have been talking to Coach (John) Jancek as well as Coach (Dave) Johnson. They have just been telling me that they have been watching my film. I camped there over the summer and they think I could fit in perfect with them. Coach Jancek really loves me and thinks I could start either as a freshman or a sophomore. He just keeps telling me I am a priority for them. He wants me to get a visit set up."
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Two other schools remain in the picture and could receive official visits from the 6-foot-2, 220-pound linebacker.
"Iowa State and N.C. State are also still in there too," Miles said. "I am trying to set up a visit to Iowa State towards the end of the year. I will probably take them as my last official visit. With N.C. State, I am not sure if I am going to take an official visit there or not. I haven't decided yet."
At this time, the three-star from Central Florida views the Mountaineers, Bearcats, Cyclones, and Wolfpack in the same fashion.
"Right now they are about all equal," Miles said.