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Posted On: 02/26/18 1:36 PM
Archbishop Murphy’s 6-foot-6 small forward Trey Miller’s high school career may have come to an end, but he’s still got a lot to offer on the court.
And though he’s unsure of where he might play college ball next season, Miller’s confident that by the spring, he’ll have some options.
“Right now, it’s D3 schools from around the state. I went on an unofficial to PLU in September, and I took a visit to Whitman last weekend. And I’m heading to Whitworth in the next couple weeks,” said Miller.
“D3 is something I’d play, but I’m striving for some D2 scholarships. I plan on going to a few camps and showcases around here, and then I’m sending out some film soon.”
Wherever the good-sized wing lands, that program will get a gritty player, who specializes in hitting a mid-range J.
“When I’m on the floor, I strive on the defensive end, getting loose balls, rebounding, attacking the boards. And, on the offensive end, being active off-the-ball and looking to drive. But, I’m also able to knock-down a mid-range,” said Miller.
“I’d say, I’m probably most comfortable catching in the mid-corner area, and what I’m working to develop is a 3-point shot.”
Although his senior season recently came to an end, sooner than he would have liked, Miller says he’s pleased with how he played. He averaged 14.5 points, 12.2 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game.
“My role this season was to be the leader. I was the captain of the team this year. We were pretty young this year, so I was a mentor,” said Miller. “I had to be a lot more aggressive because we lost a lot of our scorers from last year.”