Over the past three plus years Adam Miller, one of the top guards in the nation, has received twenty scholarship offers. Back in July Miller cut his list down to ten consisting of Arizona, Arizona State, Chicago State, Illinois, Kansas, Louisville, Missouri, North Carolina State, Northwestern, and Wake Forest. Before narrowing his list, the senior guard had also received offers from Florida, LSU, Memphis, Oregon, Texas Tech, UCLA, among others. 

Over the weekend, the Morgan Park and Mac Irvin Fire guard cut his list once again. This time Miller clipped four schools from his list to get down to six. The schools to remain in contention for the highly touted senior include Arizona, Arizona State, Illinois, Kansas, Louisville, and Wake Forest. 

The cut in the list comes after Miller visited Illinois the previous weekend for his official visit to the Champaign campus. Additionally, he has also taken official visits to Arizona State and Louisville 

For whichever of the six schools that lands Miller’s services would be a major addition. This past high school season he won Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Illinois with a staggering stat line of 26.7 points, 7.3 rebounds, 5.4 assist, and 2.3 steals per game. He is currently ranked fourteenth in the NY2LA class of 2020 player rankings.