Vyctorius Miller, four-star 2024 recruit, lists USC among final five options

Vyctorius Miller, a four-star shooting guard from Crean Lutheran (California), listed USC among his list of collegiate and professional options. The 6-foot-5 senior will consider G-League Ignite, LSU, Oregon and Gonzaga as well. Miller went on official visits with the Trojans and LSU Tigers in September.

The 6-foot-5, 170-pound senior averaged 14.3 points 2 steals and four assists last season.

LSU and Kansas appear to be the two frontrunners in the Miller sweepstakes. gives the Tigers the best chance at landing a commitment.

USC basketball moves to the Big Ten next year. With Michigan State losing to James Madison in the season opener, and with Purdue not having Zach Edey on its roster next season, the 2024-2025 Big Ten might be wide open in men’s basketball. USC, with some splashy recruits and big transfer portal additions, could be in position to contend for the league title. This is one recruitment which could give the Trojans a boost.

Fun fact for all my hip-hop/rap heads: Miller is the nephew of Master P. He’s also the son of Vyshon Miller, better known as Silkk the Shocker, a multi-platinum artist who thrived with No Limit Records.

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