Darryl Miller is a versatile prospect who can play many positions and that's why the Redlands, Calif., athlete is so attractive to some college coaches.
The 6-foot, 200-pound prospect who attended the Southern Cal Rivals.com Showcase Powered by FBU Select at Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian last weekend said Nevada has offered and he's been in lots of communication with that staff.
"Mainly we've been talking about where I'm going to play," Miller said.
"They say I'm very versatile because I play tailback, wide receiver, quarterback and free safety. That's what we've been talking about where I feel most comfortable and where they're going to offer me."
Miller said he's most comfortable at running back but because four-star Craig Lee also plays at Redlands, Miller has to move to other positions to be effective in the offense. He's perfectly fine with it.
"I feel tailback is my natural spot," Miller said. "I'm most comfortable there.
"If I was just straight tailback it would be tough with (Lee) there but if he's at tailback I'm at wide receiver so I can get the ball."
Boise State is showing more interest and Miller said that could be huge. He's planning a visit there and hoping for an offer.
"The trip is very important to me," Miller said. "I'm trying to get an offer from them. I've been calling them and everything. I'd love to get an offer from them. I'm really interested in their school."