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Wednesday / May 22.
  • Top-50 prospect Vyctorius Miller commits to Oregon

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    Class of 2024 four-star guard Vyctorius Miller has committed to Dana Altman and the Oregon Ducks, he announced live on the 247Sports YouTube page Wednesday evening.

    Miller — the 6-foot-5, 170-pound guard from Compass Prep (AZ) and the West Coast Elie AAU program — chose Oregon over his finalists Gonzaga, LSU, USC and the G League Ignite.

    “When I got there, the people showed me love,” Miller said on the 247Sports livestream. “And the staff, they all locked in on me. They’re going to keep me accountable. They’re going to keep me locked in and dialed in… Coach Altman believes in me. Everyone on staff believes in me, so I wanted to go there.”

    Miller is ranked the No. 42 prospect nationally by 247Sports and the No.3 overall player from Arizona. The guard excels as a shot creator and playmaker with his ability to get downhill.

    Oregon has already signed two players in the 2024 class in three-star power forward Ibrahima Traore and unranked guard Dez Lindsay. Miller is a much needed bolster to the Ducks 2024 recruiting class, which was ranked No. 92 nationally by On3 before this commitment.

    Miller said the second visit sealed the deal.

    “The first time I was like ‘Okay, this could be something,'” Miller said. “Then I took another one and I’m like, ‘Yeah, this is where I want to be at.'”

    At one point during his last season of summer AAU ball, Miller was regarded a top-10 talent in the 2024 class. Miller is also the son of popular 1990s rapper Vyshonn Miller (Silkk the Shocker). 

    “[Altman] said he’s going to let me go there and be me,” Miller said. “Let me be a freshman. Let me play through mistakes. He’s not just going to try to belittle my game, say you can’t do this, do this. He recruited me for a reason, so I’m just going to go there and do what I do best.”

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