Jai Miller, a 6-3, 188 pound combo guard from Selma H.S. in Selma, Ala., took his first official visit to Stanford from Oct. 12-14.
Miller said he had a productive visit to Stanford, and is looking to take at least two more official visits following the end of Selma's football season on Nov. 1.
Of course, Miller is looking to play both football and basketball on the major Division I level, although he will sign a grant in aid for football come February.
"I talked with both of the coaches at Stanford -- Coach Montgomery and Coach Teevens, and I enjoyed my conversations with both of them as well as the teams," Miller said.
"I got a great impression of Stanford, it's such a beautiful campus there," Miller continued. "The first thing I noticed was that I just related to a lot of the people out there, and the athletes there are so intelligent."
Miller plans on taking two more visits this fall -- to Auburn and Alabama. Those two SEC programs, along with Stanford, comprise his top three, although he said he is still considering LSU, Mississippi State and Georgia Tech.
Alabama has discussed Miller coming in for a football game during the month of November, but he has no concrete date or plans yet for Auburn.
Miller, a solid student who holds a 3.8 GPA and a 23 on the ACT, said he hasn't yet finished filling out his Stanford application. The Cardinal typically do not offer a prospective student-athlete until he/she is accepted into the school by the admissions department.
On his Stanford visit, Miller had a chance to speak with another key fall Stanford recruiting target who is also a two-sport standout -- Evan Moore. Moore and Miller both visited for the Cardinal's game against Washington State, and Moore gave a commitment to the Stanford program right after his visit.