Three schools have increased their interest in Washington (Pa.) Trinity tight end Andy Miller recently. The 6-foot-7, 255-pounder appreciates the newfound interest from the schools and is taking their desire with a grain of salt.
"I've talked to coach Trickett and Gibson from West Virginia, coach Junko at Pittsburgh and coach Bielema at Wisconsin," he said. "They have been drawing a lot more interest recently and I think it's pretty awesome. To get interest from any programs like those is great, but the thing that bothers and worries me is that I don't want to be an afterthought for any school and that kind of lingers in your head since they've all been away for so long. The coaches did impress me when I talked to them though."
None of the schools has offered the three-star prospect, but they appear to be interested in doing so once Miller meets the head coaches.
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Currently, North Carolina State and Indiana continue to lead for the No. 30 tight end in the country.
Miller and Trinity are 6-3 on the season as they will face off against Penn Hills Friday night in the opening round of the playoffs.
Andy Miller VideoClick "I've had two touchdowns and I'm very happy with how I've done this year to help us get this far," he said. "I usually get at least a couple catches a game and I've been doing very well in run support too. I just hope our team can work together and win the game this week and keep it going through the playoffs."Here to view this Link.