Napanee, IN (Future150) -- Doing additional work to improve basketball skills is something that most young athletes do not understand.
Braxton Miller, a 6-foot-2 shooting guard in the Class of 2015 from Napanee, Indiana is a player that is putting forth the extra effort to progress his overall basketball game.
“I like to take my pride in my work ethic. I am in the gym every day,” he assured.
Miller has attended many Future150 camps because it has helped him expand on his game tremendously and he really enjoys the atmosphere.
“I love the Future150 Camps, and Coach Pratt does a great job with developing our games,” Miller explained.
Colleges aren’t currently breaking the door down, but with hard work, all goals are achievable.
His current goal is to play Division I college basketball. He said, “I would like to stay close to home, but I’m willing to go anywhere to play basketball.”
At this time he is just continuing to work on his game and hope the right college comes calling.
“I’d like hear from Notre Dame and Syracuse,” he began. “I’ve always loved Syracuse, since the beginning of my basketball career and I have been able to attend some Notre Dame games, so I know what it’s like, plus it’s close to home.”
Miller likes to compare his game to Chris Paul, too.
“He is a great scorer; he understands the game, and he knows how to run a team. Paul is a competitor and I see myself as a very competitive player as well.”
The plan for Miller is to attend more Future150 Camps this fall and to continue working on getting his game to next level.