Rivals100 safety set for Monday announcement

Mesquite (Texas) West Mesquite safety Kameron Miles has landed over 25 scholarships in the last few months. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Rivals100 prospect has suitors from literally every conference in the country. Now he is ready to end the recruiting process, though.
With West Mesquite set to hold its spring game on Monday, Miles wants to mark the occasion by announcing his future school.
"I'm going to announce tomorrow," Miles said on Sunday afternoon. "I was just ready to wrap everything up. I want to get it over with since I know where I want to go.

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"I'm not sure if I'm going to do it during our spring game [on Monday] or after our spring game."
Miles has managed to pare his offers down to a final four that spans three different conferences. However, he has not let his choice be known to any of them just yet.
"I have four finalists," he said. "I have Stanford, Penn State, Arkansas and Tennessee as the four schools I'm choosing between. I'm going to call the coaches at the schools after I make my announcement."
Miles says there is a lot to like about each of the four programs.
"With Arkansas I like that the coaches show me love and a lot of interest," he said. "They say I have t possibility to make a difference as a freshman there.
"Penn State, I like that their new coaching staff comes from the pros. That's my ultimate goal so I would like to be coached by a staff that knows what it takes to get there.
"I like the way Stanford plays their defense. I also love their academics. I can really benefit from that when I go there.
"I like the coaches at Tennessee. I especially like the DC (Sal Sunseri). I like the new defense they have and the way he used Mark Barron (at Alabama). They compare me to him in their defense and I really like that."
Miles is currently ranked as the No. 10 safety and the No. 86 overall prospect in the country. He will be participating in the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge next month in Atlanta with 100 of the top recruits in the country for the classes of 2013 and 2014.