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Miller committed but looking

Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne three-star wide receiver A.D. Miller gave his pledge to Illinois in early July, and he still feels good about choosing the Fighting Illini over offers from across the country.
"It was a great decision I think to head out there to the Big 10," Miller said. "It's a great environment. I felt comfortable being around the players and the coaches and at the campus. I just felt at home. That's why I made the decision."
While he feels good about his decision, the 6-foot-4, 175-pound receiver has decided to look at a few options.
"I was done for a moment but then some schools started talking to me again and it started picking back up just a little bit," Miller said. "But I'm keeping it limited to just a few schools. I'm not opening it completely back up."
The few schools he has his eye on at this moment are Cal, Arizona State, Nebraska, and Tennessee, and there are a few reasons why the four schools remain in the mix for his college commitment.
"Just great coaching staffs," Miller said. "I have a great connection with the coaches on each team. They're good teams. They pass the ball. The Pac-12, Big 10, and SEC - they're in big conferences that I could play in."
Miller indicated he would probably take his five official visits with Cal, Arizona State, Nebraska, and Tennessee receiving visits along with Illinois.
He remains committed to Illinois at this point, and he does have an idea about when he would like to reach a final decision.
"Before December I'll have a final decision that's like solid," Miller said.
Miller is currently ranked a three-star receiver and he recorded 34 receptions for 482 yards and 10 touchdowns.