There already is one scholarship offer on the table for Pahokee (Fla.) linebacker Jatavious Miller and the talented linebacker feels that more will be coming his way in the near future.
The 6-foot, 205-pound Miller talked about the schools that currently are showing him the most interest.
"I already have an offer from Auburn and possibly one from UCF right around the corner," he said.
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Miller likes what he sees from the Tigers.
"I just know that they have hard hitting linebackers and that they are a hard working team and that's how I play," he said. "I believe my work ethic. I drive to be the best. Even when I am hurt, I am out there striving to be the best."
Miller plans to camp at Auburn this summer, along with several more stops.
"I'm planning on going to as many summer camps as I can," he said. "I am going to go Clemson, South Carolina, Florida, Auburn and Rutgers."
Miller was part of a talented ensemble of linebackers at the Miami NIKE Camp on April 1 in Coral Gables, Fla. He talked about his performance there.
"It went pretty rough," he said. "At first I tweaked my groin a little bit. But everybody knew me from past camps and knew how I could play."
Miller had 125 tackles (13 for loss) during his junior season for Florida Class 2B champion Pahokee.