West Palm Beach, Fla. offensive tackle and Rivals 250 member Patrick Miller already has offers from a plethora of schools in the SEC.
Count Georgia among the mix after Miller's father confirmed his son's offer by Bulldog coaches.
"Yes he does," the elder Miller said in a text to UGASports. "He has offers from all other top SEC schools."
At 6-foot-7 and 270 pounds, Patrick Miller has been reported to be favoring Florida, Auburn and LSU, although in a recent story by on InsideTheGators.com, Miller said he has not made a decision where he wants to go.
"Everyone has been asking when I want to make my decision but it just keeps changing in my head. With all these decisions I have to make I'm thinking right now it will be before the season, but if I really don't know by then it will be after the season," Miller told the website. "For me right now, I feel like it would be nice to make a decision before the season so I don't have to worry about it while I'm trying to focus on my team and I have don't have to worry about another team. My No. 1 priority is Dwyer (High) and No. 2 priority is where I'm going to play next year. I'm also trying to graduate early so I have to make that decision pretty quick. I'm just going to weigh out all my options and take all my visits and I'm going to bring my dad with me, he's a pretty smart business man so I just feel like he would have good input."
Patrick Miller is attending a Nike event in Oregon and could not immediately be reached for comment.
His father was unsure if his son was going to be able to attend next week's Dawg Night festivities.
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