The reporters on this website have had a chance to speak to some coaches and players about what they like about Miller's game. Dane is already all set to play for Rutgers University next season. He is expected to be a big impact player.
Against Niagara Falls High School (the team features Kelvin Agee, Myron Respress, and Davon Marshall), Miller was a one man show, according to sources we spoke to that watched him compete.
Dane registered a triple-double. "He actually has the ability to score more, his upside is tremendous," said an opposing coach.
Miller had 21 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and also had an eye-opening 11 assists. He handled the ball in transition, against pressure, and tried to carry his team to a victory. His team lost by 10 points to a very talented Niagara Falls High School program.
Last season, Miller averaged 22 points a game as well as 16 rebounds and five blocks per contest.
We'll keep you updated throughout the season on Miller's progress too.