Over the past few weeks, Tyrone Miller's recruitment has heated up just like the weather. Miller is a versatile defensive back from Ann Arbor, Michigan who is a highly sought after recruit among the MAC schools.
Miller, a six-foot 178 pound defensive back, currently holds offers from: Bowling Green, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Indiana State, Toledo, and Western Michigan. Miller has also garnered interest from Akron, Michigan, and Michigan State. Miller said that he has been hearing from Akron more and more lately and that an offer could be coming soon.
"The schools that are recruiting me the most are Western Michigan, Central Michigan, and Bowling Green."
In a recent interview with Hustle Belt, Miller talked about his most recent offer which was from the Bowling Green Falcons.
"I like Bowling Green. I actually watched Bowling Green play my sophomore year and also in the MAC Championship game. It was a great game. Even though Bowling Green was an underdog they were able to get the win."
Miller expressed excitement about his most recent offer but he still has a lot of decisions to make before this recruiting process is over for him. Although many schools are pursuing Miller at the moment, he has no favorites at this time and is in no rush to make a decision.
"Everybody is equal right now. I'm taking some visits this month and next month to Bowling Green, Central Michigan, and Western Michigan. As far as my decision goes, I'll probably wait it out a little bit and decide in the middle of the season so I can see what other schools will offer me."
Even though Miller does not plan on deciding for another few months, he knows exactly what he is looking for in a school.
"Just a great college town, a family based school so I can feel like I'm at home, close to home but it doesn't really matter, good academics, a great coaching staff, and I have to love the DB coach."
Miller is a guy who excels in press coverage because of his strength and long arms. However, he could use some work on his off coverage and at times he tends to guess as opposed to reacting to a receiver's move. Overall, Miller is a fast rising prospect who could very well receive some offers from the power conferences before signing day rolls around.
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