Miller Finds Big East Fit

Dwight Miller, a product of Reebok U's inagural camp, is headed to the Big East.

At the inaugural Reebok U, Dwight Miller was a big hit. The 6-foot-8 power forward out of the Bahamas by way of Houston (Tex.) Pius X, showed off a versatile game that landed him in the all-star game and garnered him a key honor.

The 6-foot-8 standout selected, according to multiple sources, the Pittsburgh Panthers. He eyeballed Rutgers, St. John's, Texas A&M and a host of other programs.

Part of the reason why so many programs chased him was because of his breakout event at Reebok U. The camp named an award in honor of Dante Anderson, a Top 100 guard who died earlier this year in a car crash. Basically, the award honors the camper who worked his way through various regional qualifiers to earn his spot at Reebok U.

Miller followed Anderson's path and for his efforts won the first-ever Dante Anderson Award.

What got the colleges excited about the forward was his ability to play facing the bucket and the demonstration of a varied skill set. Collegiately, he'll evolve into a very handy power forward capable of playing in different spots on the floor.

Miller is expected to sign with the Panthers this week.


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