By Kent Jackson, Respect My Blog
Quincy Miller was top 5 recruit coming out of high school. An incredibly skilled prospect, Miller has ideal size and a ridiculously lengthy (7’3) wingspan for a scoring small forward. He had all the tools to become an elite wing on the NBA level. In high school, Miller tore his ACL his senior year and that ended his high school career. He had a solid freshman year at Baylor, but he needed to stay another year or two to become fully comfortable with that previously injured knee. Quincy entered the 2012 NBA Draft after this freshman year and fell to the 2nd Round to the Denver Nuggets and never found a spot in the rotation. Quincy Miller is currently for Crvena zvezda of the Basketball League of Serbia. As you watch the video below, you’ll see what many NBA scouts envisioned what he could become.