Last week at the Pangos All-American Camp the 2011 prospect played his best basketball of the year. Offensively he was dominate at times and showed off a more developed and rangy jump shot, while defensively he was more aggressive.
"Pangos was a great camp," Miller told Scout.com. "I think I did really good out there. I think I showed the evaluators and the scouts out there what I can really do."
Miller, a 6-foot-8, 205-pound combo forward, has improved his overall skill set and has spent a considerable amount of time working on his jump shot. Miller said he's working out twice a day – once at 6 a.m. and once in the evening.
"I see some of the guys that are at the top and I just want to be where they are at," Miller said. "So I want to play against everybody that's good and I want to try to be better. I want to be the best player on the floor at all times."
Already Miller, a standout at Winston-Salem (N.C.) Quality Education Academy, holds scholarship offers from Wake Forest, Illinois, Auburn, Purdue, South Carolina, Virginia Tech and most recently Miami.
"It's still really early," Miller said. "I don't really think about it that much."
"They are all equal," Miller said about the schools recruiting him. "I've been talking to a lot of them. I haven't really made a decision about when I'm going to really get into the recruiting process."
Miller, a Chicago native, will take an unofficial visit to Wake Forest on Monday. According to Miller, because of his upcoming basketball schedule he doesn't have any other visits planned.
He'll be in Saint Louis (Mo.) starting on Wednesday for the Nike Hoop Jamboree. Then he'll head off to Five-Star camp at the end of June, RBK All-American Camp in early July and a handful of tournaments with D-One Sports during the open period.