Last year Miller averaged 21 points and six rebounds per game, and was forced to play inside a lot, showcasing his versatility.
"I went up there a month ago and really liked what was going on," said Miller, who averaged 21 points and nearly six rebounds a game for Greenway last season when he was asked to play inside the paint a lot because of a lack of height on the team. "He really wants to find top in-state talent and I want to be part of that."Miller is from Phoenix, showing that head coach Jack Murphy is looking to grab the in-state talent.
Murphy has impressed myself and lots of scouts and writers since he has been hired. It is hard to imagine a worst season than NAU had last year, but Murphy has injected a ton of life and hope into the program. With three guys already in the fold for the next recruiting class, the future will be bright for the Lumberjacks.
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