Miller pulls the trigger

Denver (Colo.) Mullen quarterback Jonny Miller has made up his mind.
The 6-foot-2, 215-pounder that had offers from Indiana, Syracuse, Wisconsin, Florida International and New Mexico State committed earlier today to Syracuse, according to his father, Jim Miller.
"He's very excited about the decision," Miller's father said.

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Miller was recruited by Syracuse assistant Rob Spence. Miller talked earlier about his interest in Syracuse in an earlier interview with Rivals.com.
"I know about the tradition and that they are trying to get back to a winning way like they used to have," Miller said. "I know they beat Nebraska in the early 80s when Nebraska was No. 1 in the country. I just know that Syracuse is capable of winning.
"The Syracuse coaches just like my arm strength, my feet, release, delivery, and all that. Pretty much just how I control a game everything like that they like."
And winning would be nothing new for Miller. He comes from one of the top programs year in and year out in Colorado.
"Our coaches are the best in Colorado," Miller said. "The coaches really know how to develop players and get them to the next level. We've had about 45-50 kids go Division I. It's definitely a good program and has helped me get to the next level."