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Dariq Miller-Whitehead

Newark, NJ - 2022

SchoolSt. Benedict's (NJ) PositionSmall Forward Height6’4” Weight170 lbs. AAU TeamNY Lightning HometownNewark, NJ Class2022
National Rank#7State Rank#2
Player Profile Report
Scouting Report


Finishing Through Contact
Scoring On All Three Levels
Scoring With Either Hand
Shot Mechanics
Slashing Ability
Size For Position


3pt Shooting
Finishing Through Contact
Lateral Quickness
Off-The-Dribble Shooting
Upper Body Strength

  • Scout’s Notes:

    Adidas Select Series (February 27th, 2017): The legend of the New Jersey product continues to grow, as he's been a standout on the Adidas, Elevate & MADE circuits this winter. One of the smoothest wing prospects in his class, he's growing at a rapid rate on the court. Did we mention that he's now almost 6'3"? There's so much to like about him, we are having trouble finding faults in his game. - Eric Hampford

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 99 (5-Star)
  • National Rank: 7
  • Position Rank: 3
  • State Rank: 2

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Good
  • Dribbling: Good
  • Passing: Good
  • Rebounding: Excellent
  • Intangibles: Excellent
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Latest News on Dariq Miller-Whitehead
2022 wing Caleb Houstan is an elite Canadian prospect.2022 Rankings: Several Clawing at Emoni Bates #1 Spot

12/20/2017 by Eric Hampford – The 2022 national rankings have been updated, and extended to a ranking of the top 150 prospects nationally.

2022 SF Dariq Miller-Whitehead is rising fast.2022 National Rankings: Dariq Miller-Whitehead Making Moves

7/03/2017 by Eric Hampford – The national class of 2022 national rankings have been updated, and New Jersey product Dariq Miller-Whithead is making serious moves.

2021 wing Julius Ellerbe had a strong weekend in D.C.Adidas Select Series Session III: New World Dominates

2/26/2017 by Eric Hampford – Session III of the Adidas Select Series gave Future150 staff a ton to talk about between standout teams and prospects.