AUBURN, Ala. — Coynis Miller can feel the love at Auburn.
The Jackson-Olin (Birmingham) High School defensive end has plenty of time to think about his first trip with the Tigers. After all, he’s a 2018 prospect with only two scholarship offers so far (Auburn and Bowling Green). But he is still enjoying the process.
“It’s really nice to be here,” Miller said after his visit to Auburn on Saturday. “There’s a lot of love here.”
Miller has early ideas of playing alongside high school teammate T.D. Moultry, a 4-star Auburn linebacker commitment in the class of 2017.
“That’s like my brother,” he said. “We’re going to be nice playing with him.”
That doesn’t mean Miller is committing to Auburn any time soon. The 6-foot-4, 270-pound defensive end should expect more offers in the near future. He grew up an Alabama fan, so an offer from the Tide could change things quickly.
“I’m going to wait to see what more I can get,” he said. “I’m just a junior now, so there’s a lot more to come.”
Miller runs the 40-yard dash in 4.63 seconds and benches 300 pounds, according to his Hudl bio.
Miller has received interest from Clemson, Mississippi State and Southern Miss. He expects to visit Auburn again soon with Moultry.