Loudoun Valley High School graduate Jordan Miller has earned third-team selection on the All-Atlantic 10 Conference men’s basketball team for his play during his junior season at George Mason University.
Miller, a 6-foot-6 guard, led George Mason in scoring (15.8 per game) and rebounding (6.1) during the 2020-2021 season. He also ranked third on the team in assists (40) and steals (19).
George Mason head coach Dave Paulsen was pleased to see Miller earn all-conference honors for the first time in his collegiate career.
“He has worked incredibly hard on his game, has become a relentless competitor and has elevated his leadership both on and off the court,” Paulsen said. “Every off-season we have identified two or three areas for improvement and every year he comes back vastly improved in those areas. I can’t wait to see Jordan’s continued evolution and maturation.”
Miller scored at least 13 points in each of his final 11 games and twice broke the 25-point barrier during his junior season. He was selected on the DC Paradise Jam All-Tournament Team in November.
George Mason (13-9) advanced to the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 tournament before falling to Davidson. The Patriots were 8-6 in conference play during the regular season.
Prior to college, Miller helped lead Loudoun Valley to a Virginia Class 4 state championship in 2017. Miller was a two-time all-state selection playing for coach Chad Dawson and the Vikings.