Miller has some standouts

Three-star Cedar Hill (Texas) cornerback Darrell Miller has become a wanted man this spring.
As college coaches made their way to Cedar Hill High School just south of Dallas to check out all the talent in the Longhorn program, Miller has turned heads, and he has seen his offer list grow.
"It's kind of been overwhelming with all the offers and stuff," Miller said. "Tennessee offered me, Michigan State and big schools like that. Boise, Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas State, Wisconsin, Indiana, Purdue, Wake Forest. A lot of schools. It's kind of overwhelming, but I'm liking Tennessee, Michigan State, Ohio State of course, and Boise."

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He has not narrowed his list, but he does have a few favorites and there are a few aspects of each program which have caught his attention.
"Ohio State, it's a winning down there. They're ranked No. 1 as DBU," Miller said. "Tennessee, it's the SEC the best conference in college football right now, so that really stuck out. Boise State, it's a great coaching staff with coach Yates moving over there, so that was a great deal. Iowa, it's a hardworking program and I'm a hardworking guy."
His most recent visit was to Columbus to check out the Ohio State Buckeyes.
"Ohio State was great," Miller said. "I loved the environment. I loved the coaches. I got to meet coach Combs. A great coach. I got to workout with him. He's a great coach. I got to meet coach Urban Meyer, a really, really great guy. I'm glad I got to see that and got the opportunity to get that offer."
There were a few things which really caught his eye.
"Their facilities are top notch. One of the best," Miller said. "I loved it down there. It's a nice place."
He does not have any other visits on his schedule right now, but he is open to making a few visits. Boise State is the one place he mentioned he wanted to see in the future.
As for a decision, he has a few ideas on his timetable right now.
"Probably like at the end of summer," Miller said. "I'm going to try and take some officials to schools and stuff like that."