|High School:||Booker T. Washington HS|
Saw action in all 32 games with 15 starts … averaged 5.9 points and 2.4 rebounds per game … scored a season high 18 points at Minnesota (12/21) and had six double-digit scoring efforts during the season … grabbed a season high eight rebounds against Denver (1/20) and had six boards against the Gophers … scored at least two points in all but two games … went 7-9 from the field in the season finale against Denver in The Summit League Tournament (3/4) … was also 7-9 from the field against South Dakota State (1/11) in Brookings, S.D.
Played in 28 of the team’s 30 games, missing two games with an illness … averaged 3.4 points and 2.5 rebounds for the season in 10 minutes per game … burst onto the scene with eight points and six rebounds in the season opener against Baylor (11/11) … set a season high with 12 points against John Brown, his lone double-digit scoring effort of the year … matched his career high from the Baylor game with six rebounds against Oklahoma (12/7) … shot 46 percent (41-89) from the field for the season and 70 percent (12-17) from the free throw line … had nine total blocks during the season with two swats against Tulsa (11/28) and again versus Omaha (2/16).
Prior to ORU
Played at Booker T. Washington HS where he averaged 20 points and 13 rebounds for Coach Joe Bedmond … scored a career high 40 points against McLain HS in the playoffs … named the Oklahoma All-Star MVP and was the All-State MVP.
Son of Charlotte Miller and the late Chris Miller … signed with ORU during the early signing period but was also recruited by Western Illinois and Georgia … majoring in sports management at ORU … chose to play for the Golden Eagles because “it felt like a family and I fit right in.”
Head Coach Paul Mills on Miller
“Chris is one of the most physically gifted players in the Summit League. His scoring touch around the rim of 66 percent made him one of the best in the league. He continues to improve, is a terrific teammate and his experience will really help us this upcoming season.”