Men's Basketball

Brian Miller
Brian Miller


Flower Mound, Texas

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 205



2003-04 (Sophomore): Scored 11 points in 34 minutes against Fresno State... Had five points, three assists two boards and a steal in the win over Nevada... Hit a three-pointer against San Jose State... Came back to action by hitting a three at Nevada... Missed the Oklahoma State, Tulsa and Fresno State games with the flu... Pulled down a pair of boards in the win at No. 17 Purdue... Had seven points and three assists against Appalachian State... Tied a career high with 12 points against No. 14 Wake Forest... Drained a three-pointer and added a crucial steal and layup in SMU's win at Baylor, netting seven points against the Bears.

2002-03 (Freshman): Hit a three-pointer at UTEP... Scored five points and dished out a pair of assists versus UTEP... Netted five points off the bench at UNLV... Had three assists at Oral Roberts... Set a new career high with 12 points at Texas Tech, burying a pair of threes and going 4-of-4 from the line... Had 14 points and six assists against Slovakia Select.

2001-02: Awarded a medical redshirt after six games... Ranked as one of the top three-point shooters in the WAC at the time of his injury... Scored eight points at Baylor... Hit 2-of-3 threes versus Texas Tech... Went 2-of-3 from beyond the arc against Navy... Drained a three-pointer and had pairs of assists, steals and rebounds against Savannah State... Finished as runner-up to Justin Isham in the FanJam Slam Dunk Contest.

High School: Three-time first-team All-District performer who also earned All-State honors as a senior at Lewisville High... Averaged 21.5 points per game his final year, leading his team to a 21-12 mark... Considered one of the top 15 players in the state by Texas Hoops Report... Hit a school single-season record 84 three-pointers as a senior, including seven in a game... Ranks third on Lewsiville's career scoring list with 1,648 points and second in career three-pointers made with 228... Shot 38 percent from beyond the arc as a senior and 37 percent as a junior... Played in the THCSA State All-Star Game and Texas-Oklahoma All-Star Game after his senior year... Lettered three seasons for coach Jerry Havens.

Personal:Full name is Brian Joseph Miller... Son of Debbie & Joe Miller... Has two brothers, Jon and Jack... A broadcast journalism major... Would like to be a college basketball coach when his playing career is over... Lists music, fishing, ping-pong and volleyball as his hobbies... Favorite athlete is Larry Bird.

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