Cyler Miles (Mullen (CO) HS) committed to the Washington Huskies last summer, but it appears that he is taking some extra time to decide if he wants to head over to Washington. He is reportedly also considering the USC Trojans, according to Ryan Casey of the Denver Post.
Miles was co-MVP of the U.S. Army All-American Game back at the start of January and it appeared that he was solid in his commitment to the Huskies at that point. But on National Signing Day he hasn't settled on his choice and might not make it on Wednesday.
At Washington, Miles could possibly sit for two years before he gains any meaningful playing time since Keith Price has two more years of eligibility left. At USC, Matt Barkley will graduate after the 2012 season, allowing Miles and the other quarterbacks to battle to be Barkley's successor. Miles could redshirt for either school, but USC could offer earlier playing time than Washington.
The Denver Post reports that Miles will sign around 2:00 p.m. MT. Auburn and Florida are also reportedly calling Miles.
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