Player: Charlie Miller
Class: 2021
Height: 6’0
School: Lumberton

Sometimes, it just takes time for a player to showcase his full arsenal in his game.  As an unsigned senior, 2021 Charlie Miller from Lumberton, is one that has been playing at a high level as a senior, leading the Pirates all the way to the Final Four in the 4A Division. 

Miller has been averaging 16.3 points, 4.8 rebounds, 5.1 assists, and 2.1 steals while shooting 50 percent from the floor and 45 percent from three this season.  In multiple viewings, the unsigned senior continued to capture the eyes of scouts with his quick trigger on his shot, his range and confident shooting motion, and his ability to create well off the dribble.  Miller showed consistently to be a playmaker on the floor and a shifty one at that.  This is what has been said this season when watching him on the court.

“Have to say it now but really do love watching this young man play the game on the court. You can tell he works hard at his game and brings that same energy to the courts on gameday.  Always moving on the floor, great motor, and absolute bucket that just needs a second to get his shot off.  He likes to show off his range and does so with confidence but has a great understanding of attacking and taking what the defense gives him as well.”

“Senior Charlie Miller played extremely well, especially in the first half.  The guard has a quick trigger and isn’t bashful with his outside shooting, only needing a small space to get his shot off.  But he also did a terrific job in creating for himself, penetrating the defense, and showing touch on his release. Moved extremely well without the ball to create open spots and plays with an aggressive mindset. Also stepped up big late at the line to help seal the deal.”

As of right now, Miller holds an offer from Mount Olive and schools like UNC-Pembroke, Francis Marion, Barton, Army, Coker, and Erskine have all shown interest. 

With saying that, we believe that this is an unsigned senior that could and should hold multiple offers and for sure can help a program in the future. 

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