Jimmy Miller, the 6-foot-3, 285-pound three-star offensive guard from Mullen High School in Denver, Colo., has four scholarship offers, none recent, and has narrowed his focus to a clear-cut two.
Miller says he favors San Diego State and Colorado State solidly over TCU, Nebraska and Washington State. The Huskers and Horned Frogs have not offered.
"I've never been out to San Diego but I hear great things about it," Miller said. "It's supposed to be a great city and I heard the campus is beautiful too. I like that they got coach Chuck Long and I think he'll be moving the program in the right direction."
The Aztecs are recruiting Miller the hardest and he plans to visit them on Sept. 22 for the Portland State game. He'll see Colorado State officially sometime in October.
"Colorado State is close to home and that's nice because my parents would be able to come see me play," he said. "Also they are putting in a new weight room and upgrading their facilities. They also have some players from Mullen there already so I'm pretty familiar with the team and feel comfortable there."
Growing up, Miller says he always followed Nebraska, but admits the Huskers aren't recruiting him anymore. "I haven't talked with them in a while," he said. "I know they have their o-line spots filled already, so I don't know if they are going to be taking any more lineman."
Miller says he doesn't have a timetable for making a decision. "I don't know yet," Miller said. "It could happen anytime. I might wait until I take a few visits or I may just decide. It'll come down to where I feel best and where I'll have the best chance of playing."
His first game is on August 31 against Poudre High School from Fort Collins.
Miller reports a 3.3 core GPA and a 1450 SAT (three parts).