Since committing to Texas A&M back in October, things have been in limbo with Von Miller's commitment to the Aggies. At least it appeared that way.
After only one official visit away from College Station, to Ole Miss on Jan.12, Miller hasn't been anywhere else. When Miller's coach, Dave Meadows was reached for comment he said that there didn't appear to be any confusion on where Miller was signing tomorrow.
"He's going to sign with Texas A&M," Meadows said. "That's what I know. I guess nothing in life is for sure, but I talked to him today about it."
Miller was supposed to take an official visit to Oklahoma within the last few weeks, but apparently never made it to Norman. Meadows apparently said that despite interest from other schools, Texas A&M is definitely where Miller wants to be.
"He just told me today he was going to A&M," Meadows said. "It's the same thing he's said all along. He just likes it there. If he changes now, it's going to surprise everybody. I don't see that happening."
Miller also had offers from Florida and Texas Tech among others. He's rated as the No. 15 weakside defensive end in the country and the No. 29 overall prospect in Texas.