Brandon Miller


(Antioch, TN)
HT: 6-9WT: 200

Draft Notes

A big time wing prospect with huge upside who looks likely to be selected in the top 3 of the 2023 NBA draft.

Miller is tough to defend. He can shoot over guards and take bigger defenders off the dribble and use his crafty handles to get to the rim or get his shot from mid range. After some early struggles finishing at the rim he really came on strong during the second half of his freshman season and showed true 3 level scoring ability.

He’s got a really nice pull up jumper and is very adept at shooting off the dribble. He can hit the step-back jumper and gets great elevation on his shot. He’s a very high level 3pt shooter who is deadly from downtown and has deep range (shot 38% from 3 this year on good volume and taking some deep, difficult shots).

He could stand to get a bit more efficient from the field (43% on the season).

He’s a solid weak side shot blocker and shows good awareness on the defensive end and he’s got the length, size and quickness to cover multiple positions. Is a very aware off the ball defender and plays great team defense.

Doesn’t have truly high end athleticism or leaping ability and is an average athlete by NBA standards but does have a nice first step. Needs to bulk up, add strength and get better at finishing through contact. He does have good height for a wing and enough bounce and speed to be a problem in the league.

An excellent FT shooter who knows how to get to the line and hit an outstanding 86% of his free throws.

Miller is a very high level passer and is very dangerous with the ball in his hands, not just getting his shot but making plays for his teammates.

He plays with great energy, passion and intensity and makes a lot of winning plays that don’t show up in the box score.

The off the court concerns are hopefully fully behind him.


  • Danny Granger
  • Paul George
  • Rudy Gay

Draft Projection

top 5 pick in the 2023 NBA Draft


2023 Small Forwards

  1. Brandon Miller – 6-8 – Alabama
  2. Bilal Coulibaly – 6-8 – France
  3. Cam Whitmore – 6-7 – Villanova
  4. Gradey Dick – 6-7 – Kansas
  5. Rayan Rupert – 6-7 – France
  6. Sidy Cissoko – 6-7 – G League Ignite (France)
  7. Brice Sensabaugh – 6-6 – Ohio State
  8. Maxwell Lewis – 6-7 – Pepperdine
  9. Dariq Whitehead – 6-5 – Duke
  10. Jaime Jaquez Jr. – 6-7 – UCLA
  11. Colby Jones – 6-6 – Xavier
  12. Andre Jackson – 6-6 – UConn
  13. Jordan Walsh – 6-7 – Arkansas
  14. Julian Phillips – 6-7 – Tennessee
  15. Seth Lundy – 6-6 – Penn State
  16. Keyontae Johnson – 6-5 – Kansas State
  17. Emoni Bates – 6-8 1/2 – Eastern Michigan
  18. Jordan Miller – 6-7 – Miami
  19. Kobe Brown – 6-8 – Missouri
  20. Jalen Wilson – 6-7 – Kansas
  21. Jalen Slawson – 6-7 – Furman
  22. Alex Fudge – 6-8 – Florida
  23. Matthew Mayer – 6-9 – Illinois