Head Coach Scott Drew and the Baylor Bears have landed the commitment of 2023 four-star guard Miro Little. Little is one of the top international prospects and has played for the Finland national team and is the youngest player in 25 years to represent his senior national team. His FIBA experience will be useful when he plays for Drew and the Baylor Bears. The Baylor program has begun landing talented international players and it should help keep them near the top of college basketball. He committed to the Baylor Bears over the Villanova Wildcats and Indiana Hoosiers.
Cool day for Scott Drew and Baylor’s staff. See off one international player in Jeremy Sochan from Poland/UK to the NBA Draft, and welcome in another in Miro Little from Finland in 2023. Also have Nigerian Josh Ojianwuna from the NBA Global Academy (Australia) coming this summer. https://t.co/7RC6eFNQHA
— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) April 15, 2022
Miro Little is a four-star guard, ranked as the 35th prospect in the 2023 class, and the ninth point guard in the class. He is also the first 2023 prospect to commit to the Baylor Bears, but will likely be joined by other prospects as they continue to recruit players in the class. Little’s ultimate goal will be to play well enough to eventually be drafted into the NBA. He may not be a “one and done” but his talent makes it possible.
Scott Drew is gonna make sure Baylor stays among the top programs in the country. https://t.co/byI9MPUJxq
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) April 15, 2022
Miro Little will have an immediate impact on the Baylor Bears program and it could help elevate his stock in the NBA if he plays well. The 2024 NBA Draft is not out of the question if the Finnish guard plays well in his freshman season.