According to New Hampton coach Pete Hutchins, Steve Donahue and his staff watched Miller, a 6-foot-9 power forward, multiple times, offered him a scholarship and see him as a good fit for their program.
"I think that was the one school that has been able to evaluate him consistently and frequently and I think that gave them the upper hand in figuring out who Jeremy is and they felt comfortable with him," Hutchins told Scout.com.
Hutchins also cited proximity to home as one of the factors for Miller choosing Boston College.
"Opportunity to play in front of family," he responded when asked why he chose Boston College.
"He felt comfortable with the coaching staff," Hutchins added. "He has an opportunity to develop under some great coaches and lastly opportunity to hopefully help change their program around."
Miller is averaging nine points and six rebounds during his junior year at New Hampton.