Miller likes WVU, but has more trips in mind

Washington (Pa.) Trinity's Andy Miller, with an official visit to West Virginia this weekend, now has made visits with the Mountaineers and the Indiana Hoosiers.
"It went very well," Miller said of his trip to Morgantown. "I think I fit in with that core of guys.
"Obviously I like where the program is headed. They have a young team as it is, and they know where they're going. It was pretty exciting there."

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However Miller is not close to making a decision.
"Everyone is on an equal board," he said. "My plan is to keep an open mind. I'll see all the places and decide after all four visits."
At one time Miller was going to visit Ohio State immediately after his visit to West Virginia, then visit Pitt Dec. 16.
"Things got changed around," Miller said. "Next weekend I go to Ohio State. Then I visit Pitt Jan. 6."
All four schools have offered Miller a scholarship, and Penn State 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 Rivals.com player rankings and the No. 30 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania.