While he is just finishing up the eight grade, Jahari Miller already has plenty of experience on the hardwood for himself. This winter he played varsity basketball for the Indianapolis Homeschool Wildcats. Following that, he has played for the George Hill All Indy program all the way up at the 17U level. 

Even while playing three levels up, the 6’3” guard was unphased and showed that he belonged with plenty of standout performances. “It’s just been regular for me,” Miller said about playing up at the 17U level. “I’ve been playing against older guys my whole life.” When asked about his time with George Hill All Indy, he said “The spring season was good, I was able to play in front of many college coaches and against a high level of competition.”

With his play this spring he is more than just making a name for himself, but also landing on college coaches’ radars. Back in April, he landed his first scholarship offer coming from IUPUI. 

“I feel like I’m a smooth player,” Miller said about his own game. “An elite scorer, can defend, I have a high IQ, can pass and get my teammates involved, can control the tempo of a game. Just an all-around player, and a winner.” Against some great competition this spring, he flashed his great scoring ability getting it done in numerous ways. He has an advanced offensive game making plays off the dribble, being able to finish well in the mid-range plus has a good stroke from the outside. For his upcoming freshman season, he is unsure of where he will be attending high school.