Lake Oswego (Ore.) two way standout Gabe Miller will take his third official visit of the year this coming weekend to Cal. The athlete stars at both tight end and linebacker and is getting looks on both sides of the ball.
Miller, 6-3, 220 pounds is a great looking player who was the MVP at the Nike camp in Oregon this past summer. The athlete worked out with the linebackers and was regarded as the top 'backer in the camp during the position and one on one drills. He also tested off the charts clocking a 4.63-40, 4.22 shuttle, jumped 34 inches in the vertical and did 28 reps on the bench. His 92.55 *SPARQ Rating was second in the entire camp.
Miller received early offers from Oregon, Oregon State and Colorado soon after the camp and in the past month, Cal has thrown their hat in to the ring as well.
"I'm visiting Cal this weekend," Miller said. "They haven't offered me yet but it sounds like they want to offer on the visit. I was told to expect something by Sunday. Cal is recruiting me as a tight end and I actually prefer offense. Justin Wilcox is the coach recruiting me for Cal and I really like him a lot. I don't have a leader right now but I'm really looking forward to this visit."
Miller has already taken official visits to Oregon and Colorado and will trip to Oregon State (Jan. 13).
"I'm down to Oregon, Oregon State and Cal," Miller said. "I'm not looking at Colorado any more and I'm hoping to make my decision shortly after my visit to Oregon State. Oregon State is also recruiting me as a tight end and Oregon likes me as an athlete and has talked to me about playing linebacker or tight end depending on where the biggest need is."
Miller, who played fullback rather than tight end this past season as well as linebacker, led the Lakers to a 12-0 record this past season before falling in the state semi-finals 7-6.
"I'm still really disappointed about that loss," Miller said. " We scored with 20 seconds left and went for two and the win. Our offense wasn't able to move the ball the whole game so we decided to go for the win right there instead of playing for overtime but we came up just a little short."