Four-Star PF Robert Miller III commits to LSU

On3 imageby:Joe Tipton09/22/23


Houston (Texas) Pasadena Memorial 2024 four-star power forward Robert Miller III has committed to LSU.

The 6-foot-10, 225-pound senior chose the Tigers over a final group of Alabama, Texas, Arkansas, Colorado, and Oklahoma.

“The LSU coaching staff has been really consistent in proving that they wanted me a part of their program and overall it’s just a family environment,” Miller said to On3.

In his own words, what type of player is LSU getting in Miller?

“I would describe my game as a wing that can make an impact on both ends of the floor.”

Miller has a message to Tiger fans.

“I’m coming to do something special.”

Miller is LSU’s first commitment in the 2024 class.

According to the On3 Industry Rankings, Miller is the No. 57 overall prospect in the 2024 cycle. He’s also the No. 8 power forward prospect and the No. 2 player in Texas. The On3 Industry Ranking is a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.

On3 is higher on Miller than any other major media recruiting services — ranking him No. 40 nationally.

Miller Scouting Report

“Robert Miller III has all the tools making his upside fascinating. He stands every bit of 6’9”/6’10” with long arms and fluid movements. He has a smooth shooting stroke with catch and shoot ability when his feet are set from beyond the arc. Miller is a fluid athlete with some explosive pop. He runs and moves, both laterally and vertically, very well. He can put it on the floor for 2-3 dribbles and has a developing mid-post game with a nice mid-range pull-up game. He needs to continue adding a strength to his core and base. Continue working on his footwork and the finer nuances of how he scores his baskets. He can face the basket in the half-court and finish in transition at the rim. Miller is still raw, he is still young and learning his spots. He will need to continue focusing on rebounding and on defense. The flashes are very apparent here, and the patience could be well worth the wait.” – On3’s Jamie Shaw