Standout dual threat quarterback Antonio Miller (6-foot-1, 190 pounds) from Charlotte (N.C.) Olympic concluded his camp schedule this past weekend and left with some good news. After evaluating the campus and coaches at all the schools, he decided to spend the next four years at his final stop.
"Right now I am committed to East Carolina," Miller commented. "I committed yesterday. I went there yesterday and it felt like home."
Although no coaches called or came by the school during May, Miller says Kansas State, Maryland, Marshall, Wake Forest, and Virginia had all extended offers.
"East Carolina and Kansas State, they were like the main two ones," he commented. "It came down to those two."
In addition to the East Carolina camp, Miller also went to Kansas State and says he is finished for the summer. He would still like to take all of his official visits, but insists he's solid in his commitment.
"Right now I am really firm about it," he said. "ECU is where I want to go."
Miller is an honor roll student, with a 3.5 GPA, and plans to take the SAT in September.
A second-team all-conference selection as a junior Miller completed 57-percent of his passes for 2,610 yards 16 touchdowns. Voted the team’s MVP, he also rushed for 864 yards and eight scores.
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