It’s not what you do in practice, but what you do after that makes you a better player. A cliché many high school coaches can be heard saying to their players in gyms all over the country. Some take it to heart. Even fewer find a gym after a team practice to get extra reps. Even less have the gym keys to their local church and routinely push themselves every week for another full practice after team workouts while still maintaining a 3.97 GPA.
For an exact example of this, meet Brighton High School’s Brock Miller.
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The Albert Schweitzer Tournament has been held in even numbered years in Mannheim, Germany since 1958. The United States has won the most titles (10) but has not won it since 1996. Notable tourney alums include Magic Johnson, Vince Carter, Tim Duncan, Dirk Nowitzki, and Tony Parker. The tournament, considered an unofficial youth world championship for the under-18 age group, is well attended by scouts and fans—upwards of 30,000 spectators are expected over the course of the event.
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247 Sports puts out their 2015 Basketball Top Recruits with Brock Miller 73rd in USA and 1st in Utah!
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Under Armour Invitational – Sunday Recap
By Kellon Hassenstab May 26, 2013
The second edition of a flagship Under Armour-sponsored spring tournament, the Under Armour Invitational (called the Are You From Here Classic last year) wrapped up at Bowie High School in Arlington, Texas on Sunday, as the Under Armour brand demonstrated an improving and deeper collection of sponsored grassroots teams, and championships were earned in each of the three age brackets. As time moves on, Under Armour continues to signal its intention to get involved with grassroots basketball in a major way, and compete with Nike and adidas in the traveling team arena.
Competition reigns in younger age championships
While the 17-U championship wasn’t in doubt for most of the contest, both the younger age groups had hotly contested and competitive title games.
The Utah Prospects slipped by the Illinois Wolves in the 16-U semifinals by a single point, while Team Thad cruised to a win over Louisville Magic. The title game was a doozy, with Team Thad taking a narrow two point lead at the half. They were relentless against an opponent with plenty of push back in the second half, and Terrence Davis was simply outstanding in pushing his squad to a 59-49 win.
Backcourt play from Naba Echols was essential for Team Thad, and Davis and Malik Smith were dynamic in the frontcourt. Davis, in particular, took over the game in the second half.
The Utah Prospects have a good sized squad that can hit shots and share the ball. Long wings Brock Miller and Zach Selijaas had some great moments in the championship, and Jesse Wade did his part from the backcourt. 6′-9″ center Makol Mawien proved he’s worth watching going forward. >> Read More
NY2LASPORTS.COM – 2013 UA SUMMER JAM DAY 2 RECAP – PART 1
Evan Flood — Contributing Editor – NY2LASPORTS.COM
Day two of the 2013 Under Armour Summer Jam presented by NY2LA Sports tipped off from Homestead High School in Mequon, Wisconsin. Thursday. As teams continued pool play, Cliff Alexander and the Mac Irvin Fire picked up an impressive victory. We continue our coverage of #UASUMMERJAM2K13 with a recap from day two…
Brock Miller – 2015 – F – Utah Prospects 6-5 – Brighton HS – Sandy, UT Miller was outstanding for the Utah Prospects in their win over WE R 1 Thursday night. The junior forward scored 22 points, including a big 3-pointer down the stretch to lift his team to a victory. Miller has a high basketball IQ and seems to always make the right play.
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Local star Stone shines at Summer Jam
Rivals.com Basketball Recruiting Analyst
July 19, 2013
The Utah Prospects won a pair of games in the 16U division and 6-foot-5 wing Brock Miller had a lot to do with it. Unafraid to let the ball fly — his only requirement seems to be something that feels like leather hits his hands — Miller’s confidence in his ability made him very dangerous. He hit on deep jumpers, used ball screens to get shots and basically carried the load offensively during a very productive day.
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College Coaches – Names to Remember from July
August 7, 2012
Phoenix, AZ – As the NCAA certified events took place college coaches ran in and out of gyms all over the country. The biggest stop in July was Anaheim, Long Beach and Las Vegas.
Area Codes Basketball spent the month traveling and looking for DI prospects and evaluating other DI potential prospects that college coaches needed to know more information about.
From the month of July we have a new database of over 150 prospects, our scouting service can’t go into each one but we will give you a short list of players that stood-out and are now on the map as division I prospects.
The follow players are not ranked or have any recruitment at the start of July, due to Twitter @areacodes some schools jumped on several prospects, here is the list.
Brock Miller, Salt Lake Prospects 2015 (Brighton HS – Salt Lake City, UT) Miller is 6 foot 4 and can really shoot from downtown. I couldn’t believe the game I watched I didn’t see any college coaches, that will change the kid can play, played in FAB 48. >> Read More