Cyler Miles Remains Committed To Washington, Says No To USC

Washington keeps its star quarterback.

Cyler Miles, a top quarterback recruit, is staying committed to the Washington Huskies. Miles had originally committed to Washington in early June. Starring for Denver (Co.) Mullen High School, Miles garnered more than 15 top scholarship offers, including Washington, USC Arizona, Arkansas and Arizona State. He is rated a four-star quarterback prospect by most recruiting services, and is one of the top five dual-threat quarterback recruits in the country.

Earlier Wednesday, Miles was wavering in his commitment to Washington. He skipped the National Signing Day ceremony at his school, and texted that he would pick between USC and Washington later in the day. Ultimately, he elected to stick with his commitment to Steve Sarkisian and the Washington Huskies.

Miles was very impressive during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, throwing accurately and showing off his athleticism. At 6'4" and 215 pounds, he has great size for the position, as well.

For more on USC recruiting, visit SB Nation Los Angeles. For more on Washington recruiting, visitSB Nation Seattle.

Looking for National Signing Day coverage of other teams or recruits? Head to SB Nation College Football Recruiting.

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