Cyler Miles, the No. 2 quarterback in the country, according to Rivals.com, was reportedly wavering his commitment from the University of Washington and considering USC, but Miles announced at his school today that he will honor his original commitment and sticking with the Huskies.
The Army All-American chose to open his recruitment after former offensive coordinator, Doug Nussmeier, left UW for Alabama late last year.
After performing well at the Army All-American bowl, USC discussed an official visit with Miles in San Antonio, Tex., which Miles confirmed to do. A Jan. 21 visit, which wasn't openly reported until after, brought more interest to USC. Miles hosted Lane Kiffin and staff for an in-home visit soon afterwards.
In the end, Miles had been leaning with the Huskies too long of time not to decommit.