Lee Miller, National Director and Skill Development Trainer
2013 marks Lee Miller's tenth year as Director of Elite Hoops.
Previously, Miller has Co-directed the University of Georgia's basketball camps, worked at Duke University basketball camps and assisted with Jack Haley's NBA Complete Player Camp in California. In 2004, he was amongst the best upcoming NBA talent while working at the 27th annual Pete Newell’s Big Man Camp in Las Vegas.
Along with his camp expertise, Miller worked alongside former UGA Head Coach and 1995 Coach of the Year Jim Harrick while serving as a student assistant at UGA from 1999-2001. There he worked with former Detroit Piston Jarvis Hayes and current Philadelphia 76er Damien Wilkins. During the 2002 and 2007 Final Four's in Atlanta, Miller was on staff for the NCAA's YES Clinics.
From 2001-2003, Miller served as an assistant coach at Blessed Trinity High School in Roswell, GA. As an assistant at South Gwinnett High School from 2004-2006, Miller helped lead the team to two state tournament appearances. In 2004, they were ranked as high as #2 in USA Today and played in two nationally televised games. Their star player, Lou Williams, now plays with the Atlanta Hawks. Nine other players from that team went on to play collegiate ball.
During the 2006-2007 campaign, Miller coached at Norcross High School. They featured five Division I signees and concluded the season with the 5A State Championship, a 29-3 record, and ranked #12 by USA Today. While at Norcross, Miller had the opportunity to work with NBA Lottery Pick Al-Farouq Aminu of the New Orleans Hornets and Gani Lawal who was drafted by the Phoenix Suns.
Miller spent the 2008 season at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia where he worked under 2001 Naismith Coach of the Year, Rod Barnes.
In August of 2009, Miller completed a Skill Development Certification Class in Orlando, Florida taught by Nike Skills Trainer, Ganon Baker. Since 2009, Miller has trained over 900 players, 47 of which have gone on to play at the Division I level. The most recent of which was 2011 AJC High School Player of the Year and current UVA Cavalier Malcolm Brogdon.