Lorenzo Romar won’t be the only new face on the Arizona Wildcats’ sideline next season.
Sean Miller’s son, Cameron, will join the team as a manager, Miller confirmed to Bruce Pascoe of the Arizona Daily Star on Wednesday.
Miller mentioned on Jim Rome’s radio show in March that this was bound to happen.
Cameron Miller had at least one Division I offer, courtesy of Youngstown State, but turned that down to stay in Tucson.
“He could have played at a lot of different levels,” Sean Miller told the Daily Star, “but when he took the big picture and thought about actually going to school at these places, and what he really wanted to do when his time ended in college, I think he wanted to come to Arizona.”
Cameron Miller starred at Tucson’s Salpointe Catholic High School, scoring over 1,000 career points and leading the Lancers to the 4A state title game as a senior where they lost to a Mike Bibby-coached Shadow Mountain team 81-48.
Cameron Miller scored 21 points in that game and averaged 12 points and 3.4 assists in his final season at Salpointe, per MaxPreps.
Sean Miller’s oldest son, Austin, is currently a student at the UA.
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