Published Thursday, March 4, 2010 | 2:13 p.m.
Updated Thursday, March 4, 2010 | 2:53 p.m.
Corbin Miller profile
I love YouTube.
Aside from being able to watch some of my favorite clips from The Wire whenever I get that urge, it can also be quite useful on the job.
Such as in this case with UNLV recruiting target Corbin Miller.
UNLV head coach Lon Kruger and assistant Steve Henson took a trip up to suburban Salt Lake City on Tuesday to check out the 6-foot-2 junior shooting guard from Brighton High.
Embedded here is a video profile of Miller, who, from what research shows, is scoring roughly 16 points a game this season for Brighton. The other thing that stands out — not only in his numbers, but also in the video — is that he's a sharp outside shooter.
Remember, he's a target for the class of 2011, and Miller looks like he could have all the makings of being a potential replacement for Kendall Wallace in terms of a consistent outside gun for the Rebels. Wallace is one of four scholarhip players Kruger and staff will lose to graduation following the 2010-11 season, along with Tre'Von Willis, Matt Shaw and Derrick Jasper.
If you want the most impressive piece of this video, shoot forward to about the 1:30 mark and check out the step-back trey he hits from the left wing. Pretty smooth.
Yeah, that's all I've got. Just thought I'd share.