Arizona Wildcats target Adam Miller announced Monday that he will be committing on Nov. 21. The four-star guard’s final three consists of Arizona, the Illinois Fighting Illini and the Louisville Cardinals.
All six Crystal Ball predictions believe the Chicago native will stay home to play for the Illini.
I will be verbally committing November 21st pic.twitter.com/scZLBYQuXJ— Adam AceWolf Miller (@AceWolf44) November 11, 2019
The 6-foot-3 Miller is the No. 31 player in the 2020 class, per 247Sports composite rankings. He visited Arizona in late August. Miller was previously considering Arizona State, Kansas, and Wake Forest as well.
“Standing around 6-foot-3 and possessing good length, he has positional versatility on both ends of the floor,” reads his 247Sports scouting report. “One of the better shooters from the guard position. Has good athleticism to complement that. Offensively he is best off the ball where he can be a catch-and-shoot guy that also attacks closeouts. On defense, he shows the ability to defend either guard spot physically and should project to be above-average on that end going forward.”
Arizona coach Sean Miller (no relation) said last week that he plans to sign “more than one recruit” in the fall. So far the Wildcats only have a pledge from four-star wing Dalen Terry, who has been actively recruiting Adam Miller.