Just moments ago at a news conference at his high school, Phoenix Desert Vista tight end Zach Miller made his decision.
So who was the lucky team to land the nation’s top tight end, four-star prospect and the No. 33 player overall?
Miller announced that he was going to play his college football for Arizona State.
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The Sun Devils secured the commitment from Miller by beating out the likes of Oklahoma, Miami, Tennessee and UCLA.
"This was the toughest decision that I've ever had to make," Miiller said. "I really appreciate my family being there with me throughout the entire process. All these programs were top-notch schools, and they didn't pressure me to make a decision.
"I have come to the decision to attend Arizona State University."
Miller, who is 6-foot-4 and 240 pounds, will join his brother on the Sun Devils roster. Brent Miller was a three-star recruit from the Class of 2003.
"I want to thank my brother, he taught me a lot after going through the process last year," Miller said.
Rivals.com will shortly have exclusive coverage of the news conference shortly with in-depth quotes and photos.