AZ Compass Prep four-star guard Vyctorius Miller is the latest prominent high school student-athlete to make a splash in the apparel and sneaker industry.
Miller, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard from the 2024 recruiting class, inked a NIL deal with Under Armour.
This comes after Nike signed three of the top high school basketball players in the country back in October, including Bronny James, Juju Watkins and DJ Wagner.
Miller, who is the nephew of Master P and the son of Vyshon Miller, currently holds offers from Kansas, Memphis, Oregon, Syracuse, UCLA, and USC, among a host of other top programs.
Miller was featured on Under Armour Basketball’s Instagram account promoting the company’s new UA Spawn 5 Carnival Pack shoes.
After playing high school basketball at Crean Lutheran in California, Miller transferred to AZ Compass Prep in April 2022 and is a key contributor for one of the top 10 teams in the country.
Miller currently ranks as one of the top prospects in the class of 2024.
Under Armour previously brought on Deion Sanders’ son, Shedeur Sanders, to release his own Jackson State jersey. He was the first HBCU student-athlete to sign a deal of that magnitude.
According to a statement on Under Armour’s website, the company has “proudly partnered with nearly 100 collegiate athletes across nine sports, at 10 schools, and across 7 conferences.”
Add Miller to the list of the latest high school hoops stars to sign a NIL deal with a major sportswear company.