Miller still wide open

Less than a month after his strong showing at the Sports Elite 100 camp in South Carolina, defensive end Jaylen Miller of Gaffney (S.C.) was at it again.
This time in Spartanburg.
"I had the [Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas] combine on Saturday," Miller told "I think I did better than I have at any combine in my life. I dropped weight. I weighed 259 with my shoes on. I got my height measured at 6-feet- 3. And I ran the 40 in 4.8 [seconds]. That's one of my best times."
On the recruiting front, Miller said things also are going well. After Florida offered in late March, North Carolina State followed suit shortly thereafter. Those two joined programs such as Duke, North Carolina and Wake Forest to have pulled the trigger. Additionally, he said he is hearing some from Clemson and Tennessee.
At this point, Miller doesn't seem to be leaning in any direction.
"I try to keep it neutral and call everybody," he said. "Once I call one school, then I call the next."
Miller recently visited Clemson, and hopes to hit more colleges soon.
"I was there not too long ago," Miller said. "We talked and they're real cool. But other than that, they don't tell me anything. I'm going to try to make it to Tennessee this upcoming Saturday or as soon as we can. [This summer] I might go to a couple camps, and visit some schools. I know I'm going to Wake Forest, Florida, Duke and maybe some other schools. And I'll probably go to the Clemson camp."
When might Miller name a favorite?
"I don't know because I want to go visit the campuses before I make a decision about who's leading," he said.