"It ended Friday when we lost in the playoffs. It was good, I had a good year. I finished with 18 sacks, 140 tackles, two interceptions and three touchdowns. I had a good year."
"I watched it, just another loss. They were doing good, it was just another game they could have won but didn't. I am committed right now."
Chickillo says he's still being recruited by a number of programs.
"Pretty much all the schools that offered me are still trying to recruit me. Yeah, I am still considering them. I am going to be taking some visits soon. I have not figured out who yet, but I am going to be taking some. I take my official to Miami in December 20 something."
The standout defensive end, who claims a 3.8 GPA and a 25 ACT score, talked about Miami's 2010 season.
"They didn't have the season that everyone was expecting. I think they have enough talent to turn it around next year."
Chickillo talked about his relationship with other UM recruits.
"I talked to Nick Menocal when I was at the Florida State game, that's the last time I talked to him. I don't know the deal with Teddy right now, but I usually talk to him. I haven't talked to him in a while, he used to text me all the time, but now he doesn't."
One of the reasons Chickillo committed to Miami is because of his relationship with the coaches.
"You know I have a good relationship with the whole coaching staff at Miami. I have a good relationship with all them, I wouldn't say there is a main coach I talk to."
Chickillo went to the Miami/FSU game earlier this season and talked about that.
"I went to the FSU game and there was a lot of traffic. It took us 4 hours to get into the stadium and we were only 9 miles. That wasn't too much fun. It was a good atmosphere; there were a lot of people there. The game didn't turn out the way I wanted it to. That night they had a lot of trouble stopping the run so that is one thing that could have turned it around that night."