November 17, 2006

Mason's Miller taking in Cats at Rupp

The Kentucky high school Class of 2008 is one of the most talented in recent memory. At one time, it appeared that Tubby Smith wouldn't need to travel far to land some of the best players in the nation.

That quickly changed, however, when in-state prospects Bud Mackey and Scotty Hopson made early commitments to Indiana and Mississippi State, respectively.

But the cupboard isn't bare yet. The nation's No. 37 prospect, Mason County's Darius Miller, is still wide open and isn't expected to decide any time soon.

The 6-foot-6, 208-pound forward is determined to make an informed decision, and the Millers have taken several unofficial trips to start the process. Miller was at the Kentucky-Arkansas game with several other Kentucky talents last winter, and he has visited Tennessee, Indiana, Xavier, Cincinnati, Illinois, and Notre Dame. Next up is another trip to Lexington.

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