New School For Miles?

New School For Miles?

Canton McKinley lost a 24-21 game to Canton GlenOak last Thursday in Ohio action, but senior defensive end Antoine Miles stood out in defeat. After having listed three favorite schools for the past few months, a new school has caught his eye.

Senior three-star defensive end Antoine Miles played extremely well last Thursday in a 24-21 loss to Canton GlenOak.

Miles, 6-foot-3, 265-pounds, holds nearly ten offers to date, and has listed three favorite schools for the past few months. Recently, a new program has gotten involved and he is listening.

"As far as the schools that have offered, it's still West Virginia, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati," Miles stated. "But, I'm starting to hear more from Penn State lately, and I'm definitely interested in them. They haven't offered me, but they asked if it was too late for them to get involved with me."

"It's definitely not too late for them at all," he added. "I have always liked Penn State, and all the stuff that happened to them last year doesn't bother me. It doesn't concern me at all. They want me to visit for the game with Ohio State, and we are trying to make that happen."

"I still need to get down to Cincinnati and visit, but I haven't made it there yet," he stressed. "I need to get down there as soon as I can. West Virginia and Pitt are still at the top, but I would say Cincinnati is a little bit ahead of those two."

After pushing his decision date back a few times, Miles is now undecided about when his choice will be made.

"I wanted to have this decision done a long time ago, and I keep pushing it back," Miles said. "I planned on deciding before the season, then in the middle of the season, but those dates have come and gone. I just want to be 100% certain and make the right choice. This isn't as easy as I thought it might be."

Miles impressed during the loss to GlenOak, showing the power/speed combination that has college recruiters tracking him.

"It was a tough loss for us, and we have to keep focused on going forward," he explained. "I tried to keep our energy level high, and make plays. I was going up against Steve Mathie, and he's a great player, so I had to be mentally ready to battle him."

"I played well but I wish we could have won that game," he continued. "My individual performance might have been the best of the year, but I enjoyed all our other games more, because we won them all. I played fast and physical, and did my best."

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