Charlotte (N.C.) Olympic dual-threat quarterback Antonio Miller is one of the nation’s top quarterback prospects and he’s getting even more offers to prove it.
Miller, who is 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds, took an unofficial visit to Virginia on Sunday and came away with another scholarship offer.
“It was a really nice campus,” Miller, who threw for 2,610 yards and rushed for 864 yards as a junior, said. “I talked coach Heck. He was a really nice guy and he told me that I would fit into what they do with their quarterbacks.”
But Miller said that there are a few teams that stand out over UVA.
“I like Marshall, K-State and Wake Forest,” Miller said. “They’ve all offered me and have called and talked to me about playing time. I think I could go to those schools and either play pretty quickly or play after a redshirt season.”
Wake and Marshall are obviously closer to home than K-State, so will that play a factor, or does he want to get away?
“I’m kind of looking into getting a little bit away from home,” Miller said. “I want to kind of do my own thing and see and do things on my own.”
So that’s why Miller is planning on camping at K-State this summer and is going to bring his parent’s to show them what it’s like in Manhattan. He does also plan on making a few one-day stops at Wake, Marshall and a few others that he’s not decided.
“I’m not really in a rush to make a decision,” Miller said. “But if I find the perfect situation and the right fit, then I could see myself committing early and getting it out of the way.”