Miles Norris entered the spring as Scout’s 10th ranked 2018 prospect and the athletic and versatile power forward from Chula Vista (Calif.) Mater Dei has lived up to that reputation.
The 6-foot-9, 195-pound athlete played well this weekend at the Under Armour Association in New York.
“He had a great weekend,” said Earl Watson Elite founder Ryan Silver. “He’s really developing as a player.”
Silver listed several high major coaches who tracked Norris this weekend.
“Lorenzo Romar was very present with (Raphael Chillious) and (Will) Conroy for Washington and (Andy) Enfield and Jason Hart were present for USC. Cliff Warren from Maryland was watching and so was Tad Boyle from Colorado.”
At this point, Silver says that six schools are recruiting Norris the hardest.
“Arizona, Maryland, Cal, Oregon, Stanford and USC,” Silver listed.
Norris has recently unofficially visited a couple programs.
“He visited Arizona and Cal,” said Silver. “At Cal he really likes Cuonzo a lot; it’s a family atmosphere there. He was really impressed by Arizona, especially their commitment to developing players. It's a business like environment.”
The five-star prospect should continue with visits after AAU season.
“He’s going to continue to work and get better,” Silver said. “He'll play this spring and summer out and I'm sure take some visits in the fall.”