Miller likes direction Hoosiers are headed

Washington (Pa.) Trinity's Andy Miller is on his way home from an official visit to Indiana, and on the trip back said there was much to like on his first official visit.
"I made my visit to Indiana," Miller said. "I'm on the road home right now."
While Miller did not commit to the Hoosiers, he liked what he saw in Bloomington.
"I liked it very well," Miller said. "What stood out more than anything was the people, the players, the coaches, the support staff."
There were other things Miller liked.
"They have very nice facilities," he said. "They're building a new football complex. They are really looking to turn things around. They're looking to bring in some high profile recruits."
Miller however, intends to take more visits.
"I'll still visit West Virginia next weekend, then go from that visit to Ohio State," Miller said. "And I'll visit Pitt Dec. 16.
"I'm trying to keep a level head. After the four visits I'll find a favorite."
All four schools have offered Miller a scholarship, and Penn Statse is showing interest too.
The 6-foot-6 and 250 pound Miller has 4.9 40-yard dash speed. He has a 3.99 GPA and scored a 1000 on the SAT.
Miller is the No. 30 tight end prospect in the player rankings and the No. 30 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania.