Maryland head coach Brenda Frese does not stop attracting the best and she has proven that she might not for a long time. Last night, the Lady Terps landed 2019 guard Diamond Miller, adding to a pretty loaded class for the 2019-2020 season.
We would like to say Thank you to all the great coaches and colleges that we established great relationships with. I have decided to pursue my next level academic and athletic career at the University of Maryland. #Diamond #teammillertakeover #proudparents #franklinwarriors pic.twitter.com/zo7QT9LkCj
— Lance Miller (@EliteTeamMiller) March 11, 2018
Miller joins three other top-60 recruits, including Ashley Owusu (18), Zoe Young (38), and Faith Masonius (53). With Miller’s commitment, Maryland currently has two more recruits than any school right now on the ESPN Hoop Gurlz Super 60 list. By this time, the incoming no. 1 recruiting class (Kaila Charles, Stephanie Jones, and Sarah Myers) will be seniors by that time. Destiny Slocum, Jenna Stati, and Blair Watson were included, but Slocum and Stati left due to transfer and Watson tore her ACL in practice this season.
Along with being a first-team all state selection, Miller averages 23.7 points per game, per highschoolsports.nj.com and was one of the players who made the U.S. under 16 national team.