And then there were two.

On Thursday, 4-star Florida athlete Cam Miller revealed the two programs he’s still considering for his recruitment at this time. It’s down to Penn State and Virginia Tech for the Fernandina Beach native. He announced the finalists with a post on social media.

Miller is ranked as one of the Top 300 prospects overall, per 247Sports Composite. He received more than a dozen offers, including looks from UCF, Duke, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Miami (FL), Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Rutgers, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.

Miller is a three-sport athlete at the high school level, also playing basketball and running track. After the 2020 season on the gridiron, Miller was named the Nassau County Offensive Player of the Year. He started at quarterback and rushed for 1,039 yards and passed for 957 more while accounting for 17 total touchdowns.

Defensively, Miller was credited with three interceptions. He’s expected to play defensive back at the college level, but he’s versatile and could potentially play multiple spots on the field.

Penn State currently owns the B1G’s second-best recruiting class and ranks No. 8 nationally.