You can likely qualify the potential January 24 visit from current Alabama linebacker commit, Christian Miller, as one that isn’t likely to yield much on its return.
“With Alabama, I feel like I’ve seen pretty much everything I could see. I feel really comfortable with everyone and everything down there already. I think it’s more of me just getting back down there and hanging out. It will actually be the first time my mom will get down there, so it will be good for my family.
“With Georgia, it’s just getting a second look to check it out.”
While Miller has scheduled the Georgia official, he admits there’s a chance he could cancel.
“Honestly, I put it out there that I have (the Georgia visit) scheduled, but I’m still kind of up in the air on it.” [emphasis added] (Charles Power, 247Sports)
That last statement gives me the impression, perhaps wrongly, that he’s already been given the idea that he doesn’t need to bother making his visit on January 24. Whether that message is coming from the coaching staff at Alabama, his family, or himself, is up for debate, but having him say as much, out loud, almost seems like the pre-cursor for when he actually cancels it altogether.
Even so, Miller’s initial decision to make the visit at all means that he’s at least still considering the possibility that Georgia could be a good fit for him, and even if he doesn’t decide to de-commit from the Tide in the end, there’s nothing wrong with the Bulldogs taking one last shot.