Jordan Miller is a college player representing Miami Hurricanes in the NCAA. He is only 23 years old and studied at Loudoun Valley High School, George Mason University, and Miami University. On 27th March 2023, he was highlighted because of his marvelous performance in the March Madness Tournament 2023. He scored five of Miami’s first seven points, which had never been done in NCAA Tournament history.
Jordan Miller’s full name is Jordan Tyler Miller. He was born on 23rd January 2000 in Anaheim, Calif., and later relocated to Virginia at age six with his family, including Jeffery and Donna (parents), Jeffery Jr., Justyn, and Jovon (three older brothers). Jordan is aspiring to major in mass communications with a minor in sports administration.
Jordan Miller Career
He is a graduate student of Loudoun Valley High School, where he appeared in the prestigious Capital Classic in 2018. While in high school, he had the career high and the best school record of over 1,700 career points. He has remained a Two-time VHSL all-state honoree, was also selected for the Washington Post First Team All-Met as a senior, and was named the junior 4A player of the year. He earned the first state title for his high school after making game-high 26 points in the championship, making a record of 30-1. Apart from basketball games, he appeared for the track & field team – high jump and 200m and the AAU circuit.
Career at George Mason
Initially, he began with 17 games and started with 16 games that he did not play because of his plan to redshirt. He debuted with the games playing at Rhode Island and scored 14 points. During the ending season of 2018 to 2019, he had the record of making 13 points and 8 rebounds while standing against St. Bonaventure in the A-10 Tournament quarterfinals. He went on to start with all 32 games for the Patriots. He was placed fourth in the assists (1.4), led the team in 32.4 minutes, and was placed third in the reboundings (5.3) and steals (1.1), second in the scorings of 12.7 (2019 to 2020)
Jordan made another record of double-digit points in 23 games (2019 to 2020), along with 15-plus in 10 games and 20-plus in three games. Although he played for the season 2020 to 2021, he was not counted as an active member or an active player because of the lack of eligibility due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, he played for 20 out of 22 games and had the logging with 18 starts. He finished the season in sixth place in the A-10 games or championships, scoring 2.4 rebounds per game and having the record of becoming No. 10 in scoring and No. 11 in the field goal percentage.
Fourth Year as a Junior at Miami University (2021 to 2021)
He began with 36 out of 37 games and was left out of the games in 37th because of his right knee injury, still earned 31 starts. During the season, he became the first player in history to score at least six field goals in the NCAA Tournament games without missing goals.
Jordan Miller Biography
|Jordan Tyler Miller
|January 23, 2000
|Age (as of 2023)
|Middleburg, Virginia, USA
|University of Miami, Florida
|Fifth Year Senior
|in feet inches – 6’ 7” – in Centimeters – 200 cm
|in Kilograms – 88 kg – in Pounds – 195 lbs
|Three (Jeffery Sr., Justyn & Jovon Miller)
|Who is his girlfriend?
Jordan Miller Girlfriend
Jordan Miller is only 23 years old and is not involved with anyone in a romantic way. Also, there is no information on his past love affairs. As of March 2023, the American Miami guard is committed to his March Madness Tournament 2023 games.
Jordan Miller goes by the official and verified name – @jordanmi11er. He has 16.5K followers on his Instagram profile, with 770 in the “following list” and only 35 posts as of 1st April 2023. He joined Twitter in June 2015 and goes by the handle name – @Jordan_miller11. On Twitter, he has 1,968 followers as of 1st April 2023.
Jordan Miller Net Worth
Jordan Miller often connects with fundraisers or campaigners, posting many pictures on social media. He is committed to only college games and has yet to be officially connected with basketball games.
- He says that his favorite and all-time best sports athlete is Kobe Bryant.
- Jordan made the best memory in high school and won the state title.
- He chose Miami over other options because of the caring staff and the inclination towards the positive vibes from the university staff.