Top 100 VIDEO: Miles Norris

CLAREMONT, Calif. -- Highlights of Miles Norris at Sunday's Under Armour Top 100 camp, plus where he's headed next this summer and what he thinks of his new offers.

CLAREMONT, Calif. -- Miles Norris keeps getting bigger, and he just keeps getting better. Now standing at 6-foot-8 – two inches taller than he was a year ago – the 2018 big man was once again a standout at West Coast Elite’s annual showcase camp, this year christened the Under Armour Top 100 Camp. Norris scored a game-high 22 in the 2018 all-star game, and showed great improvement as a jump shooter.

“I’ve been working on getting stronger, rebounding, and I’m working on my shot. I’ve been working on my shot a lot,” said Norris.

Norris hit shots from three-point range, and from midrange, adding three dunks on the afternoon. He has a smooth release, though his motion is a bit on the long side, but he’s still growing into his body, checking in at a very lean 185 pounds.

Norris recently added offers from Washington and Wyoming.

“All my options are open. I could go there. I like those schools,” Norris said of his new offers. “I’ve only seen a couple of [UW] games this year, but I like their style.”

On Sunday, Utah head coach Larry Krystkowiak was on hand to watch Norris’s game. Norris recently visited the Utes.

“They’ve got new facilities, so it’s really big and really nice,” Norris said. “It’s a big campus, and I like it.”

Norris also recently visited San Diego State.

“I like the [SDSU] campus. I think the people there are cool people,” Norris said. “They’re nice. I got a chance to play in their arena last year and this year, in their team camp. It was a fun experience.”

Norris has another visit coming up soon, when he will visit the first school to recruit him – California, which recently welcomed two top-five 2015 signees onto campus in the persons of Jaylen Brown and Ivan Rabb.

“That was a big recruiting win,” Norris said. “Coach Yanni Hufnagel has been recruiting me, and I like him. He’s a cool guy. He’s been talking to my parents and my coaches.”

Norris said that he’ll visit Berkeley “in a few weeks,” and he’s excited “to see if I fit in with the school, and the people there.”

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