Colorado picked up its first commitment for Coach Mike MacIntyre's 2014 recruiting class Friday morning.
BuffPlayBook.com was the first to break the news Friday and got the chance to speak to Isaac Miller about his decision to be a Buff.
"I'm pretty fired up about being a Buff," Miller told BuffPlayBook.com Friday morning. "I called Coach MacIntyre this morning, he was very excited to have me as a member of his football family."
Miller admitted that he was close to a decision Thursday night and sat down with his father to discuss his choice.
"My dad told me to sleep on it and if I felt the same way this morning to go ahead and make the decision," Miller said. "It's going to be close to home for me, and will be an easy transition to the college level."
The Scout.com 3 star offensive tackle from Silver Creek HS is currently listed at 6-foot-7 and 250-pounds. Miller also had offers from New Mexico State, Washington State and Wyoming and was picking up a lot of interest from other bigger name schools.
According to Miller he was really impressed with Coach MacIntyre and the Buffs new coaching staff.
"I went up for junior day," Miller said. "I really felt at home, they are great coaches and you can tell that they are going to turn things around here."
What did Coach MacIntyre say to Miller when he received the news?
"He sounded very excited," Miller said. "He asked me if both of my feet were in the Colorado boat. He doesn't rush a commitment, but once you make a pledge he wants to make sure that I'm completely committed to him and his football program. I'm completely committed to being a Buff."
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