According to Mills, players like Miller are rare in this day and time, but the third-year head coach admits his rising senior’s attitude is one that everyone in the Trojan dugout can emulate in the future.
“He’s just a joy to coach. Like I said, the package that he has: work ethic, passion and talent—it is contagious,” Mills said. “I’m not saying we’ve never had guys like that, but those kinds of players are a joy to coach.”
Miller credits his coaches and teammates for his success and believes the All-County honor is a result of the hard work he continues to put in day-in and day-out.
“It makes me feel like my hard work pays off. I feel like I put in more work than anyone else in the area,” he said. “I want to thank the coaches and teammates for staying behind me this year, even though it was my first year on campus. Go Trojans!”