Baba Miller

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: SFFROM: Florida State
(Spain)
HT: 6-11WT: 204
BORN: 2/7/2004YEAR: Fr.WING: 7-2REACH: NA

Draft Notes

Miller came over from Spain were he came up with Real Madrid. He’s a big upside player and possible one and done first round pick.

Miller had a big growth spurt, going from 6-2 to 6-11 while retaining his guard skills. He’s got a really good handle for a player his size and shows advanced passing instincts.

Has a great understanding off the game, makes good reads and quick decisions with the ball. Moves well off the ball and shows good overall awareness and instincts for the game.

Can rip and run and take it coast to coast. Decent rebounder.

Has a lot of potential as a multi-position defender. Has enough speed to guard 3’s and the size to guard in the lane.

Isn’t much of an outside shooter at this point but shows promise and will likely be able to stretch the floor and some point early in his NBA career.

Areas to improve include: getting stronger, developing his outside shot and taking better care of the basketball.


Comparisons

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Draft Projection

first round pick in the 2023 NBA Draft or 2024 NBA Draft

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2023 SF Rankings

  1. Cam Whitmore – 6-7 – Villanova
  2. Brandon Miller – 6-8 – Alabama
  3. Dariq Whitehead – 6-5 – Duke
  4. Rayan Rupert – 6-7 – France
  5. Jordan Walsh – 6-7 – Arkansas
  6. Leonard Miller – 6-10 – Canada
  7. Baba Miller – 6-11 – Florida State (Spain)
  8. Gradey Dick – 6-7 – Kansas
  9. Maxwell Lewis – 6-7 – Pepperdine
  10. Arthur Kaluma – 6-7 – Creighton
  11. Julian Phillips – 6-7 – Tennessee
  12. Dillon Mitchell – 6-7 – Texas
  13. Jalen Wilson – 6-8 – Kansas
  14. Jaime Jaquez Jr. – 6-7 – UCLA
  15. Terrence Shannon Jr. – 6-7 – Illinois
  16. Emoni Bates – 6-8 1/2 – Eastern Michigan
  17. Colby Jones – 6-6 – Xavier
  18. Andre Jackson – 6-6 – UConn
  19. Marquise Rice – 6-5 – Kansas
  20. Matthew Mayer – 6-9 – Illinois
  21. Tre White – 6-6 – USC
  22. Nathan Missia-Dio – 6-8 – Overtime Elite (Belgium)
  23. Cam’Ron Fletcher – 6-7 – Florida State
  24. Abramo Canka – 6-7 – Italy
  25. Mario Nakic – 6-7 – Serbia
  26. Yannick Kraag – 6-8 – Netherlands
  27. Armel Traore – 6-8 – France