Miller Heading to the Huskies

New England Recruiting Report | Saturday, October 18th, 2014

Miller Heading to the Huskies

New Hampton forward Jeremy Miller made a verbal commitment to Northeastern on Saturday while on their Boston campus for an official visit.

The commitment is a huge one for Northeastern since Miller was widely considered to be a high-major caliber talent after committing to Boston College at one point in his junior season and also seeing recruitment from a variety of other BCS level programs.

Miller, who ran with BABC on the AAU circuit, was also selected for Nike’s Big Man Skills Academy as well as the Lebron James Skills Academy.  

A highly skilled big man with easy range to the three-point line and mobility and athleticism to match, Miller joins another local product, Anthony Green, to form Northeastern’s front line of the future.

Green, who graduated from North Quincy High School in Massachusetts last year and is currently doing a post-graduate year at the Tilton School is a wider-body and more likely to hold down the center position, but collectively that duo has a very high upside in the CAA.

Those two are part of an even bigger incoming class for Northeastern which also includes six-foot-five swingman Brandon Kamga and six-foot-one point guard Donnell Gresham.

Miller joins Terance Mann, who pledged to Florida State in August, to become the second member of last year's BABC team to accept a division I scholarship.  He becomes the fourth New Hampton product to do so joining Tyler Lydon (Syracuse), A.J. Turner (Boston College), and John Crosby (Dayton).