Adam Miller, LSU guard, receives positive report following ACL absence
Adam Miller, the LSU guard who was in the transfer portal and who missed last season with an ACL injury, has received a positive health report after he decided to return to the Tigers.
Miller entered the transfer portal in late March, and after weighing an offer from TCU, Miller decided to return to LSU after all. Miller transferred from Illinois to LSU ahead of the 2021-22, but the knee injury forced him to miss the season.
Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reported that Miller’s been cleared for all individual work and non-contact activity, according to coach Matt McMahon.
LSU’s Adam Miller (knee) has been cleared for all individual work and non-contact activity, per Matt McMahon. Transfer from Illinois. Missed all of last year with injury.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) June 6, 2022
At Illinois, started all 31 games for the Illini in 2020-21, ranking fifth on the team in scoring with an average of 8.3 points. Miller led all Big Ten freshmen with 52 3-pointers and was the conference’s No. 5 first-year player in scoring.
The Peoria, Illinois native came out of high school as a 4-star recruit, 2020 Illinois Mr. Basketball, and a two-time Illinois Gatorade Player of the Year. Miller was a consensus first-team All-State selection, and averaged 27.4 points, 6.3 rebounds, 5.6 assists and 2.3 steals as a senior.
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