The 6-foot-3, 241-pounder took part in last weekend's in Hoover before making an unofficial visit to Tuscaloosa. He also plans on visiting Auburn soon.
"I love them both," he said. "The facilities are great, engineering programs are great, the relationships they have with my parents and myself... the environment is great."
McMillon now holds 15 offers, but hears from Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, Michigan, Ohio State and Memphis the most.
"It really doesn't matter where (I commit) as I'm at as long as I fit in and do something to help the team get a national championship," he said.
"I'm taking the process one day at a time and when the moment comes to make a decision, I'll make it."McMillon is the nation's No. 13 outside linebacker prospect, according to the 247Sports Composite. (247Sports)
In March, McMillon told he plans to commit next month, but said last week it could be pushed to the end of the summer. He is set to visit both Michigan and Ohio State this weekend.
He plans to study engineering and said academics will be the most important factor in his decision, followed by the school's football program and whether he feels its a "home away from home."
After his trip to Tuscaloosa, McMillon told he enjoyed speaking with head coach Nick Saban, receivers coach Billy Napier, linebackers coach Kevin Steele and current Tide linebacker Shaun Hamilton.
"It feels like a home down there," he said. "Overall, it feels great down there. Coach Napier hits me on Twitter every other day, if not every day. We talk about trying to get me down there. He's trying to make sure I keep them in mind and make sure they're in the mix."
He had planned on visiting Auburn last weekend but rescheduled the trip due to the camp.
"They are very very heavy on me," McMillon told when asked about Auburn. "Coach Tim Horton talks to my coach just about every day. Everything has been great with them."
The in-state schools are also making a big push for McMillon. He said he feels he may be able to get more early playing time at Tennessee or Memphis.
"Tennessee coach Mark Elder is a very good recruiter," he said. "I haven't heard from him in a couple weeks but they're definitely in the mix. Tennessee is great, they're very high on the board.
"I'd rather just wait it out, get used to my environment, (learn) the schemes. I don't want to just hop out there blind, so I'll make sure I have a good feel for everything."
Whitehaven head coach Rodney Saulsberry estimates McMillon racked up 85 tackles (25 for loss), 12 sacks and three interceptions last season.
He is ranked as the nation's No. 13 outside linebacker prospect by the 247Sports Composite. Watch his full interview with AL.com in the video above and check out his junior highlights at .
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