Adam Miller is one of a kind. The top-40 guard spends some of the best days at the USA Basketball Next Generation Camp.
As stated by Miller, junior year was a great year for him as he got to play with his brothers again. He also added that for him playing with his brothers was a great experience. He has great fun while training with his coaches who motivated him hard. Overall, he is very happy with the whole experience.
Miller was asked what he has to offer to the game. Without thinking even for a second, Miller didn’t to state that he is one of the most versatile guards nationally.
He also stated that he is a positionless guard. He can play the way you want him to. He is very flexible and can adjust to your expectations in the game quickly. This is what makes him more versatile. Miller added, he is equipped to play at any spot you give him.
Illinois, UCLA, Arizona State and Louisville are the four standing out. However, he remains open with the entire process.
Arizona State: He says, he loves Coach Bobby Hurley. He is happy to have good relations with him along with the other coaches there. Miller says, he completely appreciates and loves the way they play and how he adores them.
Illinois: According to Miller, most of his fans are from Illinois and how they want him to stay back. He is happy to see all the love being showered for him on Twitter. He is willing to go there. However, even if he doesn’t, they are still going to like him.
Louisville: Miller states that how Louisville is trying to turn him into a better guard. He also adds that they are more focused on the development of the players. They make the players ready for the next level.
UCLA: According to Miller, UCLA is getting a new coach as a part of their tradition which they cannot change. He states that UCLA is always going to be the same.
What coming up and rival’s reaction?
According to Miller, he is still not ready to take any final decision about his college. However, he is certainly clear about visiting some of them in the coming months. As stated by him, he hasn’t planned anything as of yet but he is soon going to take a decision. He also added that it’s been some time that he is thinking about ASU, UCLA, Illinois, and Louisville.
With 6-foot-3 guard who is equipped to play at multiple spots, Miller is definitely one of the most wanted three-level players. If given a chance, he can also serve different roles within the perimeter. The lead man for the Mac Irvin Fire program wants others to join the race for the tough and talented guard, with Louisville, Arizona State, UCLA, and Illinois. They are giving their best in order to separate themselves from the pack.