Breaking down Vyctorius Miller's commitment to Oregon


Vyctorius Miller, a Top 100 prospect in 2024, has committed to Oregon. Dana Altman and company outlasted LSU among others for the 6-4 guard’s services. 


 Miller broke onto the national radar early in his high school career, accruing offers from UCLA, Kansas, Auburn, USC and more. The North Hollywood, California native is the son of Silkk the Shocker and nephew of Master P. Vyctorius’ cousin is Top-50 senior Mercy Miller. With West Coast Elite, he averaged 17 points on 43 - 37 - 81 shooting splits to go with 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 1.6 steals and 6 trips to the free throw line per game.



Miller on what separated Oregon from the pack and their vision for him...

"Their commitment to me was huge. The visit went great and they gave us a good layout of what they do and how they want to use me. They love how I can bring something new to the mix for them and I think I fit in well around what they have in place. The big picture is the main picture for me, I'm excited about the fit up there."


Miller joins 6-8 Malian forward IB Traore (West Oaks, FL) and versatile 6-6 wing Dez Lindsay (Florida Southwestern JUCO) as Oregon's 2024 signees. The staff is eager to pair the talented combo guard with former Top-50 G Jackson Shelstad in Eugene, alongside a group of potentially high level returners. Now, expect the full focus to turns towards 2025, with Top-120 G Isaac Carr already in the fold. Top-25 G Will Riley and Top-150 wing Jaion Pitt are two prospects to keep close tabs on for Ducks fans. Jovani Ruff, Antonio Munoz, Matt Dann and a few others will be ones to monitor.  Mookie Cook, former Top-35 prospect in 2023, will likely be eyeing year two at Oregon as he remains sidelined with a ankle injury -- making it a reunion for the two former AZ Compass teammates.


It's a very nice situation for Miller, who should be able to step into a role that plays to his strengths early on as a scorer. The Ducks will have some remodeling to do with the exhausted eligibility of N'Faly Dante next season, and while I'd expect them to put a focus on big's this portal season, the backcourt could quickly become a focal point next season around then senior forward Nate Bittle. Jackson Shelstad, Kario Oquendo, Brennan Rigsby and Jadrian Tracey all bring some different things to the table, but none too similar to Miller. The 6-4 guard is best fit as a secondary guard, attacking closeouts and getting to his pull-up game. At times, he's struggled to create separation and efficient looks against higher level athletes. Playing alongside a Shelstad and Oquendo for example, who can get the defense rotating in an assortment of ways, should allow Miller to settle in nicely as a secondary bucket-getter. Adding strength and bringing more activity off the ball will be keys early in his career in Eugene.




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