One of the top players in the transfer portal has narrowed down his list to two options, and is nearing a decision.
Adam Miller, a 6-foot-3 guard who played last season for LSU, is considering LSU and TCU as his two options for next season.
After a stellar high-school career at Morgan Park in Chicago, Miller earned a top-35 ranking in the nation and committed to play for his home state squad, Illinois. He played his freshman season there alongside Ayo Dosunmu and company, averaging 8.3 points and almost three rebounds per game. He then transferred to LSU, where he tore his ACL before the season even began, causing him to miss the entire year.
Miller is still considering a return to the Tigers, as well as finding a new home at TCU. Over the weekend, he took a trip to Fort Worth to check out the Horned Frogs’ facilities and campus.
Miller was a 34% three-point shooter in his lone season with the Illini, but was known as a sniper coming out of high school and should make a large impact around the perimeter for whichever team he plays for next season.
The Horned Frogs were recently ranked in the top-15 in each of ESPN, CBS, and March Madness’ way-too-early rankings. With plenty of returning minutes and a potential addition of a highly-skilled player like Miller, Jamie Dixon’s squad is shaping up to be one of the strongest in the Big 12 next year.
On LSU’s end, new head coach Matt McMahon has added numerous players to his roster already, including KJ Williams and two others from his former Murray State squad. With a fresh start for the Tiger program, Miller could make a massive impact and truly reach the potential that he hinted at in high school.