As a player who has enjoyed rising interest in his talents since the end of spring, Ramona (CA)…
Bronco Offer In Miller's Future?
"Coach K is recruiting me," he said. "They came in pretty late, but contacted my coach and asked for some film. So, my coach sent them the film and I'm expecting to hear back this week about a possible offer."
But will Boise State offer?
"I guess we'll have to see," he stated. "They seem to be pretty interested. They'll be right up there with the offers if they do (offer)."
"I'm pretty wide open right now," said Miller. "I'll be leaving on Saturday to visit Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State, and Boise State. I plan on keeping everything open right now, but I'll definitely whittle it down to three before committing anywhere."
Early playing time and that "feeling" will help determine which school is the best fit for Miller.
"I'm looking for that feeling when I get there," he said. "I want to know if it's a place I can see myself staying at for four years. I'm also looking at the school and the stability of the coaching staff. Early playing time is something I'm looking for as well."
"I'm going back and forth on when I'd like to commit," said Miller. "I was thinking it would be Signing Day, but it all depends on when I feel a school is the right fit for me. I could possibly commit sooner if I find the right fit."
In 2010, the Ramona Bulldogs got off to a hot start, but faltered down the stretch and finished the year with a 5-5 record. Still, there's plenty of good news heading into 2011, such as returning four starters on the O-line and a boatload of talent at the skill positions. Miller says this year's team will be much better.
"I think we got a few early wins (last year) and got cocky," he said. "I think this team can definitely contend for a CIF Title. We just have to take it one game at a time."
"We're looking pretty good," said Miller. "We have a lot of good sophomores that need to step up. Returning four starters on the O-line will be big for us too. We've been playing together for a while and we have a bond. We know what to do."
What does Miller (6'8, 300) bring to the gridiron?
"I lead by work ethic," he said. "I play angry, but smart all the time," he added.
The talented O-lineman currently has offers from Oregon, Oregon State, Wisconsin, Washington State, San Diego State, and Colorado State.
BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Kwayde Miller.
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