Michigan extended a scholarship offer to four-star combo guard Adam Miller today.
Michigan has offered 〽️
— Adam AceWolf Miller (@AceWolf44) November 12, 2019
Miller is ranked 31st nationally, per 247 Sports Composite, and is a consensus four-star prospect. The combo guard had previously announced that he would verbally commit on November 21st, after the early signing period ends, to one of his three finalists: Illinois, Louisville or Arizona.
All eight crystal ball projections in Miller’s recruitment point to Illinois.
Miller tweeted that he was visiting Michigan this weekend but then replaced the tweet with news about the offer. The Wolverines would look to move quickly in Miller’s recruitment and getting him on campus would be a priority.
Miller averaged 21 points per game with the Mac Irvin Fire on the Nike EYBL circuit this summer. Juwan Howard’s son, Jace, also played with the Mac Irvin Fire.
Michigan’s offer comes after missing out on two top recruiting targets. Four-star wing Moses Moody committed to Arkansas last week and Nimari Burnett is expected to announce his commitment to Texas Tech this afternoon.
Michigan is also expecting five-star guard Joshua Christopher on campus for an official visit on November 22nd.
Here’s a look at Miller in action this summer on the Nike EYBL circuit.