July 5, 2012
Miles to visit Wake?
Woodbridge (Va.) C.D. Hylton defensive end Reggie Miles plans to camp at Wake Forest the weekend of July 14-15 after hearing Jonathan Himebauch and Ray McCartney tell him he should get down to Winston-Salem and about how recruiting is taking off for the Demon Deacons (10 commitments last month).
The 6-foot-5, 240-pound Commonwealth prospect, who is rated as a two star recruit by Rivals.com, believes the Deacs are close to offering him a scholarship and a strong performance at one of the camps would be advantageous to him concerning that.
"We [he and McCartney] talk every now and again," Miles said. "We chat on Facebook, or I give him a call."
He claims scholarship offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Northwestern, Purdue, Navy, Ohio and Old Dominion, while Wake Forest is showing strong interest.
"ODU is in a great location and I like the campus and I like the coaches," Miles said. "They genuinely want me to be there as a part of what's going on. I like the coaches at Ohio University as well. They're pretty genuine guys and they work hard. They're trying to make it work up there. Cincinnati is a great place. It's got quite a cool campus, and the facilities are amazing. The coaches are pretty good. I like that school as well. UConn, I like the campus. The facilities are pretty good as well. The coaches are great. I talk to Coach [Mike] Foley, the tight ends coach and he's a good guy. I talked to the D-Coordinator [Don Brown] as well and [Head] Coach [Paul] Pasqualoni. Those are the only schools have been to see."
Miles is looking for a school that has coaches he connects well with, a campus he likes with off-campus activities aside from football he enjoys.
He was planning to choose a school at the end of his senior season, but said if a one jumps out to him he will make an early decision.
Miles describes himself as someone with a high-motor, who never gives up on a play and tries to improve every day, which he said college coaches like about him.
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