Kwayde Miller couldn't make a recent unofficial visit to Wisconsin but that doesn't mean the Ramona, Calif., offensive tackle isn't interested in the Badgers. In fact, Wisconsin is the favorite for the 6-foot-7, 271-pound prospect.
"I'm keeping my options open but right now Wisconsin is pretty high," Miller said. "Other than them, I'm keeping my options open. Wisconsin is the highest right now.
"The history with all the Outland Trophy winners intrigues me a lot and I like the coaching staff. I haven't been up there so I have to get up there to see how I like it. What I've heard so far has been great. I'll try to get up there but right now money is the issue on getting there."
Wisconsin and San Diego State have offered Miller, who had a nice showing at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp. He said many other programs are interested but that he's still sitting at two offers.
UCLA, BYU, Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, UTEP, Michigan, Wisconsin, LSU, Georgia and Alabama are all showing interest, said Miller, who plans to attend more camps and combines over the summer to possibly garner more offers. His complete schedule is still not set.
The Aztecs have to be seriously considered, too, especially since San Diego State is less than an hour from Miller's home. The Ramona prospect has been to SDSU numerous times, is quite familiar with the program and the coaching staff and is definitely keeping it on his growing list.
"I am still very interested in SDSU," Miller said. "Because they're so close I'm up there a lot and they're up there on the list, too."
LSU was the first school to contact Miller during his sophomore year but the Tigers still have not offered. Since Wisconsin has offered, Miller said the Badgers are sitting at the top right now.