Player: Khloe Miller
Class: 2024
Height: 6'4
School: NCGBB

Committed to East Carolina

One of the few players already committed to a program, Miller still came in and proved herself with a camp loaded with talent of all ages.  Miller quickly stood out at her size, being a 6'4 prospect that made a strong presence inside.

The ECU commit displayed a bit of everything on the floor; a tremendous feel and skillset at her size, the ability to score and create off the bounce, seeing the floor and making good reads, and being a versatile piece on the court.  She excelled really well around the basket, attacking the boards, finishing through defenders and with touch, and was active defensively.  But she was able to impact the game in so many ways, and showed that she can be used in a variety of manners on the floor. 

Read more about what we had to say and what she will be able to bring to the court for the Pirates:

'Finishing up, we look at a player who competed at a high level despite already being committed to the next level, Khloe Miller. She's a long, mobile, athletic forward prospect with excellent size and two-way instincts. Miller is a useful creator with the ball in her hands, displaying vision, quickness, and ball-handling ability, but also finds consistent success without the ball. Her active motor allows her to make hustle plays and secure second-chance opportunities around the basket. She finishes, rebounds, and alters shots defensively. Next in her development process is working to get stronger, as it would make her even more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Homes on Miller: 'Khloe has a lot of tools. Conditioning will be a huge factor in determining how far her game will go. She needs to work on getting in excellent shape and utilizing her size more effectively on the court. Khloe can continue working on going to her left and developing her pull-up jumper. She's also good defensively, but can work on contesting every shot in her area.' Miller proved to be an asset at camp and should have a highly productive year for NC GBB before heading to East Carolina.'