Three-star prospect K.C. Ross-Miller has been under the spotlight ever since he committed to Billy Gillispie at the beginning of his high school career. This go around, his plan is to take his time and hold off from committing until the end of his senior season.
"K.C. isn't going to commit until February or March," said Ross-Miller's father and coach Tim Miller. "We are keeping it wide open with no favorites until January or so. We are going to watch teams play and see if there are going to be any coaching changes first. Then at the end of the season we might take some visits."
Ross-Miller was scheduled to visit Cincinnati this weekend but due to a conflict with his Dallas God's Academy team the trip will have to be rescheduled.
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Recently Cincinnati, North Texas and East Carolina have watched Ross-Miller workout, and Nevada has made a significant push for the 6-foot, 170-pound point guard.
"Nevada snuck in out of no where," said Coach Miller. "They are on K.C. hard and really want him."
Other schools are continuing to keep tabs on him as well.
"Oklahoma State is still on him," said Coach Miller. "Texas A&M is still there. His AAU coach has also been getting calls from Arizona State, Georgetown and LSU.
"South Florida is still there as well. We came really close to pulling the trigger with them, but then decided to hold off and go with this plan."