October 29, 2012
Miller torn by decision
Gaffney (SC) defensive end Jaylen Miller is facing a difficult choice
which school to commit to.
The 6-foot-2 ½ and 255-pound Palmetto State prospect said he is trying to juggle his recruitment, while focusing on his season.
"I'm not trying to neglect either one of them," Miller said. "If I take care of my season everything else will fall into place."
"I just talked to Wake Forest earlier this morning (Sunday, Oct. 28). Marshall has been keeping in contact with me every week, and I talk to Duke a lot and NC State."
Ray McCartney, who called him Sunday, along with Lonnie Galloway is recruiting Miller for the Demon Deacons.
"We were talking about me getting up there this weekend (Saturday, Nov. 3), and when I'm going to visit the school again," Miller said.
Miller, who is rated as a three-star recruit and the No. 14 overall prospect in South Carolina by Rivals.com, does not have a clear favorite in his recruitment.
"I love Wake," Miller said. "At the same time I'm not trying to rule out anybody else."
Miller hopes it works out for him to take make the trip to Winston-Salem this weekend.
He visited Georgia Tech Saturday, Oct. 20.
"They [Yellow Jackets] played Boston College," Miller said. "Everything was compact. Everybody was together. Nobody regretted to Georgia Tech. It [being in downtown Atlanta] would be something different."
Miller added he is considering Georgia Tech.
He is unsure of when he will take his official visits or when he will choose a school.
"It's a tough decision," Miller said. "I just imagine what it would be like at each school."
Miller has recorded 42 tackles (29 solo and 13 assists), 14 sacks, 21 hurries, 10 passes defended, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery to lead Gaffney to a 7-3 record.
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