The Boston College Eagles landed one of their most important underclass recruiting targets on Thursday, as 6′-9″ power forward Jeremy Miller of New Hampton School (NH) verbally committed.
Miller plays for the Mass Rivals on the grassroots circuit, and hails from the same prep school that current Boston College standout Olivier Hanlan played at.
The commitment of Miller is a good one for the Eagles, and the continuation of a great 24 hour period, as Boston College knocked off the previously undefeated Syracuse Orange on the previous night.
With an extremely large current junior class at Boston College, there is potentially room for five or so more players along with Miller in the 2015 class for the Eagles. Miller is a top-100 talent, which has been lacking in Boston College’s recruiting results in recent years. As it stands currently, Boston College is one of only a few high-major programs that have yet to land a recruit for the 2014 cycle.
Man this is crazy! Just committed to Boston College. So many people I can thank.. I don't know where to start! This one is for you Uncle!
— Jeremy Juice Miller (@imjuice21) February 20, 2014