Miller averaged 12.0 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 3.0 assists per game for Marshfield High School as a junior.

    The University of Minnesota Crookston men’s basketball program announced the signing of Reed Miller (G/F, 6-6 205, Appleton, Wis./Kimberly H.S.) to a National Letter of Intent. Miller is the third signee for the Golden Eagles. He joins Quintin Winterfeldt (G, 6-4 195, Waupun, Wis./Waupun H.S.) and Tyrese Shines (G, 6-3 190, La Grange, Ill./Lyons Township H.S.).

    “I am very excited to welcome Reed Miller to our basketball family,” said Head Coach Dan Weisse. “Reed fits what we are looking for in a player on the floor and off. He can step out on the perimeter and shoot, and also is a very good passer. In addition, Reed is also improving his ability to put the ball on the floor and drive. He has a high basketball IQ, and has the ability to guard multiple positions. Reed is also just a great person that will benefit our program and our university, as a whole. I am excited to coach Reed for the next four years.”

    Reed Miller (G/F, 6-6 205, Appleton, Wis./Kimberly H.S.)

    Miller recently made the move to Kimberly High School after competing for Marshfield High School for his freshman, sophomore, and junior campaigns. Miller was a Second team All-Wisconsin Valley Conference selection as a junior. He averaged 12.0 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 3.0 assists per game for Marshfield High School as a junior. As a sophomore, Miller notched 8.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 2.0 assists per game. Miller shot 39.1 percent from three-point range during his junior campaign. He helped Marshfield High School to the WIAA Sectional Final where they lost to La Crosse Central High School.

    Miller was born Dec. 24, 2000. He is the son of Jay and Sarah Bennett, and Evan and Michelle Miller. Miller is undecided on his major. Miller has lived in Steven Point, Wis., Des Moines, Iowa, La Crosse, Wis., and Marshfield, Wis., before moving to Appleton, Wis. His step-dad Jay Bennett played basketball at Wisconsin-Stevens Point. His uncle Nick Bennett also played collegiately at Wisconsin-Steven Point. His grandfather Jack Bennett ended his career as a coach at Wisconsin-Stevens Point as the all-time winningest coach in program history. Jack Bennett helped the Pointers to five NCAA Tournaments, including back-to-back NCAA Division III National Championships. His great uncle Dick Bennett coached basketball for the University of Wisconsin and Washington State University. Bennett helped his teams to 12 NCAA Division I Tournaments, including the NCAA Division I Final Four in 2000. His second cousin Kathi Bennett has coached women’s basketball at University of Evansville, Indiana University, and Northern Illinois University. His other second cousin Tony Bennett played in the NBA for the Charlotte Hornets and is currently the head coach at University of Virginia, and was previously the coach at Washington State.