Kentucky's Darius Miller update

It's no secret that small forward Darius Miller from Kentucky is a hot commodity for a number of powerhouse collegiate basketball programs. Read here for a update on Miller.

A member of the class of 2008, small forward Darius Miller can play for any college in America. His list of schools is growing, but among those suitors is Illinois and head coach Bruce Weber. "I really can't say I have a list, it's really big right now but Illinois is on it. I can't name a favorite at this point," according to Miller.

Miller, who stands 6-6 and weighs in at 185 pounds, plays high school basketball for Mason County in Maysville, KY, and is doing quite well this year. "My team is doing very good, were 4-0 and getting better. I'm averaging 21 points a game and 8 rebounds so far this year," Miller said.

"I have an offer from Illinois along with some other schools. It's been awhile since I've been there for a visit, it was a good visit, but it was a while ago. Location isn't a big deal to me and I don't really care what conference I play in," Miller said. Most of the work being done on Miller is coming from Coach Tracy Webster.

According to Miller school is going great; he's carrying a 3.5 GPA in the classroom so qualifying should not be an issue for him.

Here's the list of schools that we have here at in no particular order: Kentucky, Clemson, Illinois, Florida, Indiana, Tennessee and Xavier. will get more information on Miller as he narrows his list of schools. had this to say about Miller: His stock rising to a high were many consider him to be the #1 prospect in the state of Kentucky for the 2008 Class. A player who can play the 3 or 4 spot, Miller is real athletic and shows very good rebounding skills. Plays with the D-I Greyhounds 16 under team.

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