Milo ready to make decision

Bar Milo plans to commit on Wednesday and Miami has emerged as a clear frontrunner in his recruitment although others are still in the running.
The four-star offensive tackle from West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade took an unofficial visit to Miami this summer and absolutely loved the trip. It's clear the Hurricanes look very strong in his recruitment only days before he makes his decision.
"Miami was great," Milo said. "It was really cool. The practices were pretty cool. I just found out Brad (Kaaya) is going to be starting this year which is amazing and everybody on the team is celebrating with the good news.
"The facilities were fantastic. Those are amazing facilities. Everything was great. The dorms looked nice. The beds are a little bit bigger than your average dorm bed which is very appealing. Miami was great.
"Miami is definitely at the top with some other schools like ASU, Washington and Nebraska. I don't know what order they're in yet but I'm definitely leaning toward Miami though."
Having Kaaya at Miami is definitely a big thing for Milo, a 6-foot-5, 277-pound four-star prospect who's rated No. 32 at his position by
The two have talked about playing together for the Hurricanes and it looks positive at this point. That Kaaya was named the starting quarterback this past weekend was something for Milo to consider as well.
"It's just icing on the cake because he's an old teammate of mine and he's going to start as a true freshman, straight out of high school he's playing in the ACC and doing big things," Milo said.
"Having Brad at Miami was awesome. He was able to update me with how everything is going there and give me an opinion on the school. I really ask him now and then, 'Is it honestly a good fit for me?' and he'll tell me that coach (Art) Kehoe is an amazing coach and I'll really enjoy him and that he would appeal to me."