Taylor Miller-Wing had a solid showing at the Oakland Elite 11 this past weekend and the quarterback from Folsom, Calif., hopes that his showing could bring him more attention.
The 6-foot-3, 198-pound prospect said camps are crucial but he's looking even more toward his senior season when he could show college coaches what he can do in real game settings.
"They're pretty important but the main thing right now is focusing on next season," Miller-Wing said.
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"I have to go out and prove myself on the field. In camps, they're good and they're important but you don't have pads on and there aren't 11 guys out there so you really have to go out and play.
"We've been putting in a lot of new stuff and we're throwing the ball deep a lot more this year so I'm trying to break some records. If not, I'm not too worried, because I know we'll get a lot of yards this year so it should be fun."
Miller-Wing said things are a little slow at this point in his recruitment because he didn't start last season but it could definitely be taking off in the coming months.
The Folsom quarterback said Washington State, Iowa State, UCLA, Oregon and San Jose State are showing early interest and he's looking at all options since no offers have come in yet.
"It's a little slow because I didn't start last year but I've been in contact with some schools," Miller-Wing said. "I hope it starts picking up."