2018 wing Jordan Miller commits to George Mason


George Mason is officially on the board for its 2018 recruiting class. Per his twitter page on Saturday, 2018 wing Jordan Miller committed to the George Mason Patriots. The 6-3, 180 pound shooting guard is from Loudon Valley High School in Purcellville, Virginia. He’s a 2 star commit that should add some depth to a George Mason backcourt that will graduate Jaire Grayer and Otis Livingston II in 2 seasons.

Miller has great court vision, which should eventually help a George Mason team that isn’t known historically for tallying up assists. He’s got a good set of skills on offense; he can drive, he can shoot, and all in all, he should be a great asset for Dave Paulsen in just two seasons. Patriot fans should be thrilled with this local commit.

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