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August 25, 2015

Last year Mount St. Joseph’s point guard Randy Miller picked up his first Division I offer from Fairfield.

Though he’s yet to add to the list of offers, he did see his recruitment rise considerably this spring and summer while running with the DC Blue Devils.

“I just came back from the George Mason Elite Camp, that went well, coaching staff said they were going to keep in touch and definitely come to fall workouts for high school. And I’ve had some interest more from Quinnipiac, Drexel, Winthrop, LeHigh, and Davidson. And then VCU, Towson, and UMBC are still in contact with me,” said the 6-foot-3 2016.

“I would say George Mason and Quinnipiac are in contact with me the most right now. Quinnipiac said they were going to possibly come down for workouts too.”

He joined DC Blue Devils for his 17U campaign after playing with Team Takeover and Baltimore Elite last offseason.

“I thought I did well basically playing the one position with the Blue Devils. I did well being a leader, getting my teammates involved. I think I can improve more probably shooting the outside shot,” said Miller.

“I’ve definitely been working on my

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