Through Miller's three games at the event, Miller not only did damage inside and in transition, but he also showed off a much improved jumper with deeper range and more consistency.
"I've been shooting 1,000 a day," Miller said. "My coach has been giving me drills to do for my jump shot. I'm just trying to work on my whole game."
Miller, who ranks the No. 7 player in the class of 2011, scored 15.3 points per game at the Challenge, which was good enough for 6th on the scoring list.
Over the course of the last few months Miller has taken a handful of unofficial visits, including trips to Louisville, Kentucky and Duke. Despite the recent trips, he's not planning on deciding anytime soon.
"[I'll] probably [decide] sometime my senior year," he added. "I don't know when, but sometime my senior year. It won't be soon."
Miller, who will run with D-One Sports during the AAU circuit, checks in at No. 2 at the power forward spot in the 2011 class.