Miller visits ACC school, looking for state title

Maurice Miller, a 6-foot-2 floor general from Raleigh-Egypt High Scool, is coming off one of the best games he has had at the high school level.
On Monday night, Miller was near perfection in a 60-point win over Harding County in a playoff game. Miller shot nine of nine from the floor and finished with 19 points. He said he dished off 10 assists and wouldn't be surprised if he recorded a triple double.
Miller and his teammates will be back in action on Wednesday night.
In the midst of the state playoffs, Miller said any kind of recruiting decisions are put on the backburner for the time being.
"I've been thinking about that a lot and it is hard to really say," Miller said of an early decision. "I'm just going to put it in God's hands. I can't say when it is going to happen. It could happen next month, next week or next year. I will know when I feel it is right."
A host of coaches are hoping he feels right with their respective school.
Miller recently unofficially visited Georgia Tech. He said he is contemplating a trip to Vanderbilt this weekend.
Memphis head coach John Calipari was on the sidelines on Monday night to see Miller in action. Alabama and Tennessee have also been in to see the four-star guard play this year.
"It was a great visit. It helped a lot," Miller said of his time at Georgia Tech. "I would say it changed a lot for me. I got to see and meet a ton of people. As soon as I got there, they showed me the love. I met a lot of the players and people that support the program, like the player's moms. It was a major plus to get there and experience the atmosphere and see it for myself."
Wherever he picks, Miller said he knows he wants to find a place where he can feel at home.
"When you leave for college and you leave your home city, you want to have a family surrounding. That is very important," Miller said. "You have to depend on them and trust them. If you can't depend on them or trust them, you are lost in a city you don't really know too much about."