It’ll either be NC State, UVa, Virginia Tech, or Kentucky for John Carroll (Fort Pierce, FL) rising senior outside linebacker Brock Miller, who will make his college choice this Thursday at 6 p.m.
Miller, a 6’4”, 215-pound prospect, visited the three ACC schools last week. His first stop was Raleigh, North Carolina, to see a school he had explored twice before.
“It is a great school,” Miller said when asked what he likes most about NC State. “I’m actually from the Charlotte area. My sister was born there. I’m real familiar with the area. North Carolina kind of always has been one of my favorite states. NC State is a really awesome school in a great city in Raleigh. I went there for a summer camp. I went back in March after they offered and I went again last week. It was good to see everything again. This time I got to sit down more with the coaches and talk to them. Everything about the school is great. The facilities are amazing. I think all three schools I visited last week have amazing facilities. They are all really nice.”
Charlottesville, Virginia, was Miller’s second stop last week. It was his first ever experience at the University of Virginia.
“It was kind of surprising. I had never been there before. The history side of the school is pretty cool,” Miller said of UVa. “Knowing that it was founded by Thomas Jefferson is cool. It’s a real nice campus. I was impressed with the coaches. They are all top notch, really nice guys and really caring. It was nice for my family and I to sit down with the head coach and assistants and talk to them. Coach Tenuta said right now they are low on linebackers. They are definitely looking to bring in some linebackers. He says he runs the defense to the personnel they have. They see me as an outside linebacker who can rush the passer.”
Miller concluded last week’s 3-school tour in Blacksburg for “Beamer’s Barbecue.” As he mentions, this was not the first time he had visited Virginia Tech.
“This was my second time on campus,” Miller said. “It’s kind of crazy because I went there the summer going into my sophomore year for a basketball camp. Coach James Johnson was the coach there and were recruiting me pretty hard. I got to see the campus. I didn’t see the football facilities because I was...
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