Miller back from Vanderbilt

Vero Beach (Fla.) wide receiver Charlie Miller took an official visit to Vanderbilt over the weekend. Vero Beach's head coach, Lenny Jankowski, shed a little light on where things stand for him and a commitment after that visit.
"I actually picked Charlie up at the airport last night," Jankowski said. "I think he is going to wait until signing day to announce."
Jankowski says that the decision to wait until signing day is simply due to needing more time to sort through his options.

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"He has been through it for this long, and there was no master plan to wait until the very end, but I think he is going to talk to his family some more and decide on signing day," Jankowski added. "That was the plan as of yesterday."
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound wideout did share some thoughts with Jankowski on his time in Nashville checking out the Commodores.
"He had a great visit and is really excited about Vanderbilt," Jankowski said. "We talked about it in pretty good detail last night."
The three-star didn't share a definitive finalists list with his head coach, but the two talked about the likes of Central Florida, Minnesota, and Northern Illinois, in addition to Vanderbilt.
"We definitely talked about all those schools last night," Jankowski said.
Miller has taken an official visit to all of those schools except for UCF. He unofficially visited UCF during the season.