Adam Miller showed why he is one of the nation’s premier 2020 point guards last weekend at the 2017 NY2LA Sports Futures Camp held in Chicago, Ill.  A 6’3 left hander, Miller is a tall, fast guard that likes to push the pace and combines terrific court vision, a flair for the exciting play as well as the ability to create and knock down jumpers.

Miller says he grew up watching Steve Nash and Jason Williams’ mix tapes and has spent countless hours in his basement throwing the ball off the wall and practicing passes from all angels.  “It takes a lot of work,” he said. I learned from (Steve Nash and Jason Williams), they’re the best. I watched it and worked on it a lot. Just something I added to my game. I try to pass to whoever is open.”

He spent the summer competing with the Mac Irvin Fire.  “My summer was kind of productive and a learning experience,” he said. “I was playing on my team and trying to build chemistry. We got far (at Peach Jam) and, I’d say it was more productive than anything else.”

Miller has seen his recruiting take off in recent months and currently holds offers from Illinois-Chicago, Wake Forrest, Illinois, Kansas, Memphis, and Oklahoma State. He says he has taken a time out on visits to focus on the high school season as he adjusts to a new school.

Miller has transferred to Morgan Park, Ill. and says he is still getting to know his new teammates and find ways to fit in.  “I’ve adjusted pretty well and I’m liking it,” he says. “Open gyms are going good. A lot of good conditioning. School is going good. That’s important. I’m really getting a good feel there, and I like it.”

One of the best in the country in the 2020 class, Miller continues to take elite steps forward this past weekend as he was named Co-MVP for his class at the prestigious NY2LA Futures Camp.  A potential top 10 caliber talent nationally, Miller is just getting warmed up so expect to hear a lot about him over the next 24-36 months.