Done Deal: LSU Tigers Confirm The Signing Of Another Highly Rated Star

Miller signs a contract with LSU and sends Matt McMahon’s program a National Letter of Intent.
Coach Matt McMahon of LSU men’s basketball added his third 2024–25 high school signee on Thursday when guard Vyctorius Miller of Los Angeles, California, had his national letter of intent accepted.

The six-foot-five, 180-pound athlete, rated as a four-star prospect, attended Arizona Compass Prep in 2023 and 2024 after playing as a sophomore at Crean Lutheran High School in 2022.

Coach McMahon stated, “We are ecstatic to officially welcome Vyctorius Miller to the LSU basketball program.” Victorius is a very talented and skillful guard. We adore his ability to score in multiple ways and his versatility as a 3-point shooter. He is a very inventive playmaker who attacks off ball screens and handoffs. He’ll fit right in with our play style. We eagerly anticipate his visit to Baton Rouge later this month.

Miller was placed No. 42 in the ESPN high school rankings and No. 51 in the rankings for players.

Miller was a key member of Compass Prep’s 2023–24 team that finished 27–6 and qualified for the Chipotle National High School Championships this year.

In their championship tournament quarterfinal match, Miller scored eighteen points.
Miller averaged 11.5 points, 1.6 assists, and 1.7 steals a game for Compass in the EYBL NIKE Scholastic league in 2024. He shot 46.7 percent from field goal range overall and 41.4 percent from three-point range.

Miller led Crean Lutheran to the CIF Southern Section Open Division playoffs in his second year of play by averaging 20 points, five rebounds, and four assists per game. Miller had an incredible season.

Robert Miller of Pasadena (Texas) Memorial High School and Curtis Givens III of Montverde (Florida) Academy, two high school signees from the early signing period, are joined by Vyctorius Miller. According to the basketball player rankings for the 2024 class, all three of these players are currently placed in the top 65. According to the 247sports basketball recruitment rankings, LSU is ranked as a team No. 13.
Jordan Sears from UT Martin, Cam Carter from Kansas State, and Dji Bailey from Richmond have all signed with LSU through the transfer site.

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