Former LSU Tigers sophomore guard Adam Miller has announced that he has transferred to the Arizona State Sun Devils for next season. He played one season for the Tigers after playing one season for the Illinois Fighting Illini. A season in between those two he missed the entire season with an injury. Multi-time transfers have become more popular and while Miller intentionally stayed with the program despite the change at Head Coach, now he heads to the Sun Devils. Miller could have a large role next season in the PAC-12 after being a key player in the SEC for LSU.
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— AceWolf (@AceWolf44) April 17, 2023
This past season as a sophomore for the LSU Tigers, Adam Miller averaged 11.5 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game. He paired those numbers with a field goal percentage of 33.6 percent and a three-point percentage of 31.6 percent. After losing some talent this offseason, Arizona State needed to add some transfers. Miller could compete heavily to be a starter next year for Head Coch Bobby Hurley and the Sun Devils. While the program did make the 2023 NCAA Tournament, they will be looking for a better seed in the 2024 NCAA Tournament. Adding Miller is a goos step in attempting to achieve that goal heading into the 2023-24 college basketball season.