Washington (Pa.) Trinity's Andy Miller and parents watched the Fiesta Bowl on Monday night. Tonight they will visit with Buckeye coach Jim Tressel.
"Obviously Ohio State can win games," Miller said. "They are a legitimate power in football. I was happy they won, not only because they are recruiting me, but because I don't like Notre Dame."
Miller liked what he saw of the Buckeyes offense.
"They use a lot of power sets," Miller said. "The quarterback (Troy) Smith really went off and that opened things up. I like their offense."
Miller watched the Fiesta Bowl with his basketball teammates at one of their homes, while his mom and dad watched from their home with his mom calling the game "awesome."
"Coach (Joe) Daniels and coach Tressel are making their home visit (tonight)," Miller said.
Miller has made official visits to Ohio State, West Virginia, and Indiana.
"I'll visit Pitt this weekend," Miller said. "That will be it. I'll decide soon after I visit Pitt. All four schools are still in the running, absolutely."
The 6-foot-6 and 250 pound Miller has 4.9 40-yard dash speed. He has a 3.99 GPA and scored a 1000 on the SAT.
Miller is the No. 30 tight end prospect in the Rivals.com player rankings and the No. 30 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania.