Posted On: 10/26/16 5:00 AM
Jordan Miller was the leading scorer for the 26-1 Loudoun Valley Vikings last year. The 6-foot-4 wing, who absolutely could not be kept out of the paint last year, averaged 16 points per game as a sophomore. After breaking out in a big way, Miller could take his game to another level this year.
“I’m a left hand slasher. I like to drive to the lane,” said Miller, who started playing competitive basketball in fifth grade. “I can shoot a little bit on the outside but mostly slash and get rebounds.”
Miller is a long-limbed athlete who likes to get up and down. He rebounds particularly well out of his position, and is learning to put the ball on the floor and use his off hand.
“I need to work on going right,” Miller stated. “So far, no one has stopped me going left. But right is gonna be a good tool in college.”
Coastal Carolina, Mount St. Mary’s, Rider, and Radford are among the current schools who Miller is fielding interest from. At the next level, Miller could play the two or the three given his length, athleticism and rebounding prowess along with his ability to put the ball on the floor and attack. What can coaches who are recruiting Miller expect him to bring to their program?
“Hard work, always show up on time, always come ready to play.”