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#30 Ian Miller
Position: Guard
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 198
Year: Senior
Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
High School: United Faith Christian Academy
Experience: 2 Letters

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ON MILLER: One of the most accurate 3-point shooters in school history who played on Florida State's 2012 ACC Championship team and who helped lead the Seminoles to four consecutive post-season tournament appearances - the NCAA Tournament in 2011 and 2012 and the NIT in 2013 and 2014... completed his four-year career ranked ninth in school history with 146 career 3-point field goals made, ninth in school history with 409 career 3-point field goals attempted and ranked 21st in school history with a career 3-point field goal shooting mark of .357...one of only 11 players in school history to make 215 or more career 3-point shots and one of only nine Seminole players to attempt 400 or more 3-point shots...averaged 1.4 made 3-point field goals during his 108-game career... finished his career tied for fifth in school history with a .806 free throw shooting percentage...one of only six players in school history to earn a career free throw shooting percentage of 80 percent or better...his .873 free throw shooting percentage as a senior (96 of 110) is the third highest free throw shooting percentage for a single season in school history...named the Sixth Man of the Year in 2014 in a vote by the ACC's 15 head coaches...Florida State's second leading scorer in the 29 games he came off the bench with a 13.4 points per game scoring average...also average 2.6 rebounds and 2.8 assists in a reserve roll...came off the bench in his first 23 games and the last three games of the season...made 50 3-point field goals and shot .394 from the bonusphere off the bench...Florida State was 17-9 with Miller in the line-up and coming off of the bench and 4-3 with him in the line-up as a starter during his senior season...averaged 15.0 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists as a starter in seven games during the 2013-14 season...played in two NCAA Tournament during his career at Florida State...helped the Seminoles advance to the Sweet 16 of the 2011 NCAA Tournament and to the third round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament...the Seminoles played in four consecutive post-season tournaments during his career - the NCAA Tournament in 2011 and 2012 and the NIT in 2013 and 2014...wrote his name into Seminole lore with two game-winning buzzer beating baskets during his career - one at Virginia during his sophomore season and one at home against Notre Dame during his senior season...Miller's signature scoring event of his career came as he made an unbelievable, game-winning buzzer-beating shot with 0.8 seconds left in the Seminoles' 63-60 win at Virginia on March 1, 2012 during his sophomore season...his made shot from the bonusphere allowed the Seminoles to take the wildly inconceivable win back to Tallahassee on the strength of a 16-2 game-ending run during which Miller not only scored the game-winning basket but scored nine points in leading the Seminoles to the win...scored his second career game-winning basket on a floater in the lane to give Florida State the 76-74 win over Notre Dame on January 21, 2014...scored the game-winner only 30 seconds after Notre Dame's Pat Connaughton had tied the game at 74-74 with two free throws...entered the game as a substitution for Montay Brandon with 27 seconds remaining and scored the game-winning basket with just over four seconds left...one of the great shooting nights in school history as he made six of eight 3-point shots in scoring 20 points to lead the Seminoles past Maryland, 85-61, at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee on January 12, 2014...his six 3-point shots against the Terps is tied for the 13th best single game total in school history and is tied for the sixth best single game effort in an ACC game in school history... named to the All-Tournament team at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off as he averaged a team leading 15.7 points in wins over No.10 VCU (Nov. 21, 2013), an overtime loss to No. 13 Michigan (Nov. 22, 2013) and a buzzer-beating win over Northeastern (Nov. 24) to help the Seminoles finish in third place in the event...helped the Seminoles to the championship of the Coaches' vs. Cancer Classic in 2012 with the final two games of the tournament being played at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. ...helped Florida State to 12 wins over ranked teams during his career - four during his freshman season, six during his sophomore season and two during his senior season...helped Florida State defeat four ranked teams during his freshman season including No. 1 ranked Duke (66-61, Jan. 12) for the fourth win in school history over the nation's No. 1 team...the Seminoles also earned victories over No. 5 ranked Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament (71-57, March 20), No. 15 ranked Baylor (68-61, Dec. 25) and No. 20 ranked Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament (57-50, March 18)...the Seminoles earned two wins over nationally ranked Duke (No. 4 and No. 6 at the time of the games), North Carolina (No. 3 and No. 4 at the time of the games) and Virginia (No. 18 and No. 24 at the time of the games during the 2011-12 season)...marked the first time the Seminoles had defeated both Duke and North Carolina twice in the same season and gave Miller and the Seminoles three wins over the nationally ranked Blue Devils in Miller's first two seasons on the team...the Seminoles' wins over No. 1 ranked Duke and No. 5 ranked Notre Dame marked the first time since the 1996-97 season and only the second time in school history that the Seminoles have defeated two top five ranked teams in the same season in school history while their wins over the No. 3 ranked Tar Heels and the No. 4 ranked Blue Devils allowed Florida State to defeat multiple top-five ranked teams in consecutive seasons...Florida State defeated No. 10 VCU in the first round of the 2013 Puerto Rico Tip-Off and No. 13 UMass in the 2013 Orange Bowl Classic during his senior season...earned the Most Improved Student Athlete Award as presented by the Seminoles' coaching staff at Florida State's honors banquet following the 2012 season...earned three awards at the 2014 Florida State Honors Banquet: the award as the Seminoles' Sixth Man, the award for the best free throw percentage and shared the Otto Petty Most Assists Award.

AS A SENIOR (2014): Averaged a career-high 13.7 points (second on the team), a career-high 2.5 rebounds (seventh), a career-high 2.8 assists (second) and 0.8 steals (fourth) while making a career-high 65 3-point field goals (first) and shooting .873 from the free throw line (first) and playing in a career-high 33 games...established career-highs for field goals made (146), field goals attempted (325), field goal shooting percentage (.449), 3-point field goals made (65), 3-point field goals attempted (163), 3-point field goal shooting percentage (.399), free throws made (96), free throws attempted (110), defensive rebounds (72), total rebounds (83), rebounds per game (2.5), assists (92), assists per game (2.8), games played (33), games started (seven), minutes played (938) and minutes played per game (28.4) as he enjoyed the most productive season of his career...named the ACC's Sixth Man of the Year in a vote of the league 15 head coaches...finished 16th in the ACC in scoring as a senior with his career-high 13.7 points per game scoring average...ranked 16th in the ACC in scoring 13.7 ppg), third in the ACC in free throw shooting percentage (.873) and ninth in the ACC in the 3-point field goals made per game (1.97) category...led the ACC in conference games only with a .452 3-point shooting percentage in 16 conference games as a senior...was fourth in the ACC in conference games only with a 2.4 3-point field goals made per game average in 2014...Florida State finished with a 22-14 record, advanced to the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament and played in the NIT for the second time in his career...helped the Seminoles advance to the semifinals of the NIT for the second time in school history and for the first time in his career...closed his career as a starter for the Seminoles against Minnesota in the semifinals of the NIT at Madison Square Garden in New York City...totaled his career-high of 25 points in the Seminoles' 67-61 win at Wake Forest (Feb. 15)...was five of seven (.714 percent) from the 3-point line and a perfect four of four (1.000 percent) from the free throw line in leading the Seminoles' to the come from behind victory on the road in the ACC...scored at least 20 points in a career-high five different games: 20 against UT-Martin (Nov. 17), 20 vs. Maryland (Jan. 12), 22 vs. VCU in the first round of the 2013 Puerto Rico Tip-Off (Nov. 21), 22 vs. North Carolina (Feb. 17) and his career high of 25 at Wake Forest (Feb. 15)...was tied for second on the team with five games of 20 points or more scored...tied for second amongst his teammates as he finished as Florida State's leading scorer in a career-high 11 games...led the Seminoles in scoring in five ACC games including his 20+ point efforts against Maryland, at Wake Forest, against North Carolina and against Maryland in the ACC Tournament...led Florida State in rebounding twice - in a win at Miami (Jan., 15) with six rebounds and against Clemson (Feb. 1)...scored in double figures in a single-season career-high 23 different games - two in three games during the NIT, in both of Florida State's games in the 2013 ACC Tournament and in a career-high 10 ACC games...consecutive game of at least 20 points came against VCU (20 points) and Michigan (22) in the first and second rounds of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off and against Wake Forest (25) and North Carolina (22) in ACC play...one of the great shooting nights in school history as he made six of eight 3-point shots in scoring 20 points to lead the Seminoles past Maryland, 85-61, at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee...his six 3-point shots against the Terps is tied for the 13th best single game total in school history and is tied for the sixth best single game effort in an ACC game in school history...made multiple 3-point shots in a game as a senior 19 times including six against Maryland and five each at Wake Forest (Feb. 15) and against North Carolina (Feb. 17) in consecutive games...made four or more 3-point shots in five different games as a senior...Florida State's second leading scorer in all games (a career-high 13.7 ppg), third leading scorer in ACC games only (a career-high 13.4 ppg), second leading in non-conference games (14.0 ppg), third leading in home games (13.5 ppg), leading scorer in true road games (14.0 ppg), leader in scoring at neutral site games (13.4 ppg) and second leading scorer in Florida State's 22 wins (14.3 ppg)...was Florida State's assist leader for much of the season and closed the year with 92 assists - the highest single season total of his career...his career-high of seven assists came in the Seminoles' ACC/Big Ten Challenge game at Minnesota (Dec. 3)...earned multiple assists in 26 games as a senior including four or more a career-high 11 times...ranked third in the ACC as he shot .873 from the free throw line in making a career- high 96 free throws and attempting a career-high 110 free throws...missed only 14 free throws during his senior season...his .873 free throw shooting percentage as a senior is the third highest single season percentage in school history...came within one made free throw of tying the school record for consecutive free throws made as a senior...made 32 straight free throws from Nov. 8 against Jacksonville through Nov. 29 against Florida...missed tying the school record held by Ralph Mims during the 2006-07 season when he missed his first free throw attempt against Minnesota on Dec. 3...named to the All-Tournament team at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off as he averaged a team leading 15.7 points in wins over No.10 VCU (Nov. 21, 2013), an overtime loss to No. 13 Michigan (Nov. 22, 2013) and a buzzer-beating win over Northeastern (Nov. 24) to help the Seminoles finish in third place in the event...(vs. Boston College): Scored six points, pulled down four rebounds and was credited with three assists in Florida State's only game of the season against Boston College...was the Seminoles' leader in assists in 26 minutes of play as Florida State took the win, 74-70, in Chestnut Hill...five of his six points came in the first half as Florida State forged a 33-33 halftime tie...his five points on a 3-point shot and a short jumper came in a span of 45 second span of the first half and gave the Seminoles a 7-5 lead...his 3-point shot tied the game a 5-5 at the 18:06 mark while his jumper put Florida State up, 7-5 at the 17:21 mark...his lone point on a free throw in the second half proved to be the game-winning point as Florida State pulled away late in the game to take the win...made the front end of a two-shot attempt with 20 seconds remaining to put the Seminoles up 71-68...Boston College got to within 71-70 on a lay-up by Olivier Hanlan but the Seminoles received free throws from both Aaron Thomas and Boris Bojanovsky to take the win back to Tallahassee...two assists in the second half led to five points including three on a 3-point shot by Devon Bookert to pull the Seminole within two at 62-60 with 5:43 remaining in the game...(vs. Clemson): Averaged 8.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists in two games against NIT participant Clemson...tied for the team with four free throws made - he was four of five (.800 percent) in the two game home-and-home series against the Tigers...his five assists in the series - a win by the Seminoles in Clemson (Jan. 9) and a win by the Tigers in Tallahassee (Feb. 1) - led his teammates...scored 15 points, was credited with five assists and pulled down four rebounds in the Seminoles' 56-41 win at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson...led the Seminoles with six made field goals, hit their only 3-point shot and made two free throws in the victory...three points in the first half and 12 in the second half as the Seminoles' pulled away for the 15-point ACC victory on the road...his 12 second half points helped the Seminoles hold a double digit lead for the majority of the second half...scored Florida State's final four points of the game to give them their final margin of victory...scored only two points in seven minutes of play in the second game of the series in a 53-49 Clemson win at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee...his two points came on two free throws with 8:17 left before halftime...he was injured soon after his two free throws, left the game and did not return...Florida State trailed by 10 late in the game but worked to make the game close before falling...(vs. Duke): Scored nine points and pulled down one rebound in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...of his nine points, seven came in the second half as Florida State worked to get back into the game after trailing 43-25 at halftime...(vs. Georgia Tech): Scored 15 points, pulled down four rebounds and was credited with three assists in Florida State's only game of the season against Georgia Tech...led the Seminoles with five field goals made, shot .750 from the free throw line (three of four) and was tied for the team lead with three assists...one of four Seminoles in double figure scoring in the 81-71 win in Tallahassee...eight first half points including six on two made 3-point shots in the first half helped stake the Seminoles to the 35-31 halftime lead...the first of his two 3-point shots in the first half proved to be the game winning basket as he connected from the bonusphere at the 12:30 mark to break a tie and give the Seminoles a 14-11 lead...he connected on his second 3-point shot only 18 seconds later to give the Seminoles a 17-11 advantage...Miller's two 3-point shots began a half-ending 24-20 Seminole run to break an 11-11 tie and give the Seminoles the advantage going into halftime...all seven of his second half points came in the final 3:08 to keep the Seminoles' lead in double digits...a dunk with 43 seconds remaining put Florida State up 80-67...(vs. Maryland): Averaged 18.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists in two games against Maryland...Florida State won two of three games played in the series with wins coming in Tallahassee (85-61, Jan. 12) and in the ACC Tournament in Greensboro (67-65, March 13) but fell in College Park (83-71, Feb. 8)...the only game of the series the Seminoles did not win was the middle game - the game Miller did not play in because of an injury...shot the ball well in the three games series as he made 12 of 21 shots from the field (.571), eight of 12 from the 3-point line (.667) and was perfect from the free throw line (1.000)...put on one of the great shooting displays in school history as he scored 20 points on six made 3-point field goals in leading Florida State to the 24-point win (81-65) to win its second ACC game of the season...was as hot as any shooter has ever been in the first half as he scored 17 points on five made 3-point shots in the first half...scored nearly as many points in the first half (17) as Maryland did as a team (22)...Florida State began the game on fire and upped its lead to 10-2 on Miller's first 3-pointer of the game at the 15:07 mark...his second 3-pointer came at the 12:19 mark and put the Seminoles up 13-8...his third upped the Seminoles' lead to double digits (28-17) at the 5:41 mark...his fourth increased Florida State's lead to 31-19 with 5:02 left before halftime...gave Florida State a 40-22 advantage with his fifth 3-pointer of the first half at the 1:59 mark...closed out the half with a jumper to put Florida State up by 20 at 42-22...hit from long range for the sixth time in the game to give Florida State a 23-point lead (60-37) with just over 10 minutes remaining to be played in the game...was also credited with five assists which helped him account directly for five points in the first half and nine points in the second half...he was responsible for 34 of the Seminoles' 81 points in the dominating win over the Terps...did not play in College Park because of an injury...scored 17 points in a starter's role as Florida State defeated Maryland, 67-65, in the second round of the ACC Tournament...his 17 points (eight in the first half and nine in the second half) were all important as Florida State won the game on a dunk by Boris Bojanovsky with 0.4 seconds left in the game...began the scoring for Florida State and the game with his first of two 3-point shots at the 18:36 mark to put the Seminoles up 3-0...added an old fashion three-point play with a short jumper and a free throw shot after he was fouled by Jonathan Graham...Miller's three points returned the game to a 23-23 tie...gave Florida State an 11 point lead (56-45) on a 3-point shot at the 9:39 mark...six points in a four minute span in two field goals and two free throws were all important including a field goal with 3:52 left to give Florida State a 63-57 lead...Bojanovsky won the game on his emphatic dunk just before the buzzer...(vs. Miami): Averaged 11.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists in two games against Miami...tied for the team lead (with Devon Bookert) as he made a team leading five 3-point shots in the two games series as both teams won on the other team's home court...scored 10 points in the Seminoles 63-53 win in Coral Gables (Jan. 15)...made two of four 3-point field goals (.500 percent) and was a perfect two of two from the free throw line (1.000 percent)...seven points in the first half as Florida State worked to stay with the Hurricanes on the road but trailed 28-24 at the half...hit one of the biggest shots of the season as he made a second half 3-point shot with 2:17 remaining in the game to give the Seminoles a 57-51 lead...his shot put the game in the Seminoles' hands for the remaining two minutes of the game...his 3-point shot was part of a 13-2 Seminole run to close the game...made his 3-point shot less than two minutes after the Seminoles had trailed and helped Florida State extend its lead to double digits by the end of the game...added two free throws with 36 seconds left in the games to give Florida State a 63-53 lead...the Hurricane's only basket in the final four minutes of the games was a dunk by Rion Brown with 25 seconds remaining...scored 13 points in Florida State's game at home - a 77-73 loss to the Hurricanes (Feb. 10)...ranked as one of four Seminoles in double figures as he made five of 10 field goals (.500 percent) and three of six shots from the bonusphere (.500 percent)...11 of his 13 points came in the first half as Florida State worked to stay in the game with Miami...only two second half points as the Seminoles fought valiantly to get back into the game and outscored the Hurricanes in the second half...(vs. North Carolina): Scored a team-high 22 points in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...led the team with seven made field goals, five made 3-points shots and was three of four (.750 percent) shooting from the 3-point line as North Carolina rallied to win in Tallahassee 81-75 (Feb. 17)...also led the team with two assists and earned one steal...his 22 points ranked tied as the second highest scoring total of his career and one of a career-high five times that he scored 20 points or more in a single game as a senior...split his 22 points evenly between each half (11 in each half) as the Seminoles worked to stay with the Tar Heels...his 11 first half points helped the Seminoles take a 36-33 lead at the intermission...scored five of the Seminoles' first nine points of the first half in helping Florida State to a quick 9-0 lead over North Carolina...the Seminoles led by as many as 15 in the first half... totaled 11 second half points as he made three of five shots from the 3-point line...(vs. NC State): Totaled 17 points, three assists and one rebound as Florida State played only one game during the season against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...shot the ball well from the field (six of 11, .545 percent) and from the 3-point line (three of six, .500 percent) and was perfect from the free throw line (2-2, 1.000 percent) as NC State rallied to win at home 74-70 (Jan. 29)...scored 10 of his 17 points in the second half as Florida State rallied to take the lead late in the game but fell in the final minutes...gave Florida State the lead mid-way through the second half with a pair of back-to-back baskets...good on a lay-up with 11:11 remaining in the game to draw Florida State within one a 54-53 and then gave his team a 56-54 lead with a 3-point shot at the 10:28 mark...made two free throws with 4:50 left in the game to put Florida State up 67-65...NC State re-took the lead with 4:29 remaining and held the lead until the final buzzer to gain the win...(vs. Notre Dame): Totaled 11 points, one assist and one steal in 24 minutes of play in the Seminoles' only game of the season against ACC newcomer Notre Dame...scored the game-winning basket with four seconds remaining to give the Seminoles the 76-74 win in Tallahassee (Jan. 21)...scored his second career game-winning basket on a floater in the lane to give Florida State the win...scored the game-winner only 30 seconds after Notre Dame's Pat Connaughton tied the game at 74-74 with two free throws...entered the game as a substitution for Montay Brandon with 27 seconds remaining and scored the game-winning basket with just over four seconds left...scored six second half points with his game winning basket counting for two points and a 3-point shot at the 10:23 mark to give Florida State a 61-55 advantage...Florida State held the lead until Notre Dame tied it with 34 seconds left to set up the stage for Miller's game-winning shot...(vs. Pitt): Scored 19 points and was credited with five assists in Florida State's only game of the season against ACC newcomer Pitt...was a perfect six of six from the free throw line (1.000 percent) and scored 12 of his 19 points in the first half to stake Florida State to one of their biggest wins of the season, 71-66 over the Panthers in a game played on the road at Pitt (Feb. 23)...his 12 first half points helped Florida State to a 37-31 halftime advantage while his seven second half points allowed the Seminoles to lead during the entire second half...was a perfect four of four from the free throw line in the final 1:39 of the game as the Seminoles hung on to the lead...made two free throws after being fouled by Josh Newkirk to put Florida State up 60-54 and closed out the games scoring with two free throws with three seconds remaining to be played...his two free throws at the end of the game gave Florida State their final margin of victory...scored what proved to be the game-winning basket at the 8:21 mark of the first half as he made a 3-pointer to put the Seminoles up 21-18...the Seminoles would push their lead to as many as 10 in the first half and did not trail in the second half in gaining the momentum, grabbing win on the road...(vs. Syracuse): Scored 16 points to go along with two assists in 33 minutes played against Syracuse in the Seminoles only meeting of the season against the NCAA Tournament participant Orange on Senior Day in Tallahassee...Syracuse took the 74-58 win in their first ever trip to Tallahassee (March 9)...with 16 points he was Florida State's second leading scorer and he was a perfect two of two from the free throw line...scored seven points in the first half and totaled nine in the second half...(vs. Virginia): Averaged 8.3 points, 3.0 assists and 1.3 rebounds in three games against ACC Champion and NCAA Tournament participant Virginia...started one of the three games against the Cavaliers as Virginia won in Charlottesville, in Tallahassee and in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament...led the Seminoles in free throw shooting in the three game series as he made seven of eight attempts (.875 percent) from the free throw line...scored six points, was credited with a team-high and game-high tying four assists and pulled down two rebounds as Florida State fell in 60-52 in Tallahassee (Jan. 4)...all six of his points came in the second half as Florida State worked to get back into the game after falling behind 30-17 at the half...his six points allowed the Seminoles to outscore the Cavaliers, 33-32, in the second half...totaled nine points and three assists in 26 minutes played as Virginia won 78-66 in Charlottesville...scored six of his nine points in the second half as the Seminoles again outscored the Cavaliers over the final 20 minutes as they worked to get themselves back into the game...his six points allowed Florida State to hold a 40-33 second half scoring advantage...scored 10 points, earned two assists and pulled down one rebound in the final ACC Tournament game of his career as the Seminoles fell to the Cavaliers, 64-51, who went on to win the tournament championship...was one of three Seminoles in double figure scoring as he was nearly perfect (four of five, .800 percent) from the free throw line...(vs. Virginia Tech): Did not play in Florida State's only game of the season against Virginia Tech...Florida State defeated the Hokies, 70-50, in Tallahassee (Feb. 5)...(vs. Wake Forest): Scored his career-high of 25 points and pulled down three rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Wake Forest...led Florida State in scoring (25 points), field goals made (eight), 3-point field goals made (five) and was a perfect four of four (1.000 percent) in leading the Seminoles to the 67-60 win in Winston-Salem (Feb. 15)...enjoyed an incredible shooting game as he was eight of 12 from the field (.667 percent), five of seven from the 3-point line (.714 percent) and a perfect four of four from the free throw line...helped Florida State rally from as many at 16 points down with 8:16 remaining to play in the first half (24-8) to take as much as a nine point lead (50-41) with 7:41 left in the game...scored 20 points in the final 28 minutes of the game to lead Florida State back from the 16 point deficit and to the win...scored five points as the Seminoles fell behind by 16, scored five more to help the Seminole close the game to 16 at halftime and totaled 15 more in the second half as Florida State outscored the Demon Deacons, 44-31, in the second half...scored 10 points from the time that Wake Forest took their 16-point lead (24-8 with 8:16 remaining in the first half) through to the point that Florida State took the lead for good (43-41 with 9:45 left in the second half)...Florida State outscored Wake Forest, 36-17, during that span of play before and after the intermission...a big 3-point shot came at the 5:39 mark of the second half and stretched the Seminoles' lead back out to six at 55-49...the Deacons closed the gap back to one before a jumper by Monday Brandon and a 3-pointer by Miller pushed the lead back out to six...Wake Forest could not get any closer and the Seminoles pulled away for the 67-60 road victory...(vs. Florida): Scored 13 points and was credited with five assists in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...was a perfect six of six from the free throw line (1.000 percent) - including a perfect four of four in the second half as Florida State came within one point of upsetting the Final Four bound Gators...the homestanding Gators earned the 67-66 win in Gainesville (Nov. 29)...scored nine of his 13 points in the second half as Florida State worked its way back into the game after trailing by as many as nine in the second half...all nine of his second half points came in the final 4:18 of the game and helped the Seminoles rise up from seven points down at the 5:42 mark (56-49) to pull the game into a tie with 27 seconds left to play (66-66...pulled Florida State within five (56-51) on a lay-up with 4:18 left...closed the Seminoles' gap to four (63-59) with two free throws at the 2:06 mark...pulled the Seminoles to within two (63-61) with an assist on a lay-up by Aaron Thomas at the 1:38 mark...closed the Seminoles' deficit to one (65-64) on a 3-pointer with 1:00 left in regulation...tied the game on two free throw shots (66-66) with 27 seconds remaining...the Gators took the win on one of two free throws made by Dorian Finney-Smith with one second left to play...helped Florida State outscore the Gators 15-9 in the final four minutes of the game...(In Three Games During The Puerto Rio Tip-Off): Averaged a team leading 15.7 points, 4.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and shot a perfect 11 of 11 (1.000 percent) from the free throw line as Florida State won two of three games and finished in third place in the event at the Coliseo Robert Clemente in San Juan, Puerto Rico...came off the bench in all three games, averaged 30.7 minutes played per game made 15 of 34 field goal attempts (.441 percent), made a team-leading six of 17 3-point field goals (.353 percent) and made a team leading 11 free throws (11 of 11, 1.000 percent)...also led the team with nine assists and eight steals...(vs. VCU): Scored a game-high 22 points, pulled down seven rebounds and was credited with four assists in Florida State's 85-67 win over No. 10 VCU in the first round of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off...shot six of 11 (.545 percent) and was a perfect eight of eight from the free throw line (1.000 percent) in scoring more than 20 points for the first time in his career...was on fire in the first half with 15 of his 22 points in 16 minutes played as Florida State jumped to as much as a 17 point lead and held a commanding 48-36 win over the Rams...scored six consecutive points for the Seminoles in the span of 1:16 of the first half to jump the Seminoles to a decisive 31-22 lead...was a perfect six of six from the free throw line in the first half as the Seminoles made 11 of 13 free throw attempts in the first 10 minutes of the game...his seven second half points helped push Florida State to as much as a 30-point second half advantage in beating the ranked Rams - one of two ranked teams the Seminoles would beat during the 2013-14 season...(vs. Michigan): Scored a team-high 19 points on four made 3-point field goals in Florida State's overtime loss to No. 13 Michigan in the second round of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off...also added five rebounds, three assists and one steal as Florida State nearly pulled off the upset of the No. 13 Wolverines...was the story of the first half as he scored 16 of his 19 points for the game before the intermission in leading the Seminoles to a seemingly commanding 37-27 lead at the half...gave Florida State its biggest lead of the first half (31-18, +13) on a 3-point shot with 5:56 left before the teams went to the locker rooms at the half...Michigan charged back in the second half to tie the game as it outscored Florida State, 42-32, to tie the game at 69-69 at the end of regulation...scored one 3-point field goal in the overtime period with four seconds remaining to pull Florida State to within 82-80...(vs. Northeastern): Scored six points, earned a career-high six steals and was credited with two assists as Florida State defeated Northeastern in the third- place game of the Puerto Rico-Tip-Off...two points in the first half and four points in the second half to help Florida State to the win in its final game of the tournament...two first half points on a jumper helped the Seminoles to pull within one at 10-9 with 12:36 left before the intermission...four second half points on a perfect four of four shooting from the free throw line...two shots at the 13:32 mark gave Florida State a 43-39 lead with 13:32 left and two more free throws pulled the Seminoles to within one at 50-49 with 7:16 remaining in the game...his six steals led directly to directly to 11 points (five in the first half and six in the second half)...Florida State won the game on a jumper from Devon Bookert with 0.5 seconds remaining in the game to give the Seminoles the 62-60 victory...Bookert grabbed the miss of a Miller shot and put it back up in the rim for the game-winning basket...(In Three Games During the NIT): Averaged 14.3 points, 1.7 rebound and 1.7 assists in three games during the Seminoles' march to the semifinals of the NIT...was Florida State's third leading scorer, tied for the team lead with seven made 3-point shots (seven of 16, .438 percent) and was a perfect eight of eight from the free throw line (1.000 percent) as Florida State won three of four games in earning a trip to the semifinals at Madison Square Garden in New York City...averaged 30 minutes played in the three games he played in the event...(vs. Florida Gulf Coast): Did not play in Florida State's game against Florida Gulf Coast in the first round of the NIT (March 18)...(vs. Georgetown): Scored 18 points, pulled down three rebounds and was credited with two assists in the Seminoles; 101-90 victory over Georgetown...was one of four Seminoles in double figure scoring as the Seminoles topped the Hoyas in Tallahassee (March 24)...shot the ball as well as he did throughout his senior season as he was five of seven from the field (.714 percent), four of six from the 3-point line (.667 percent) and was a perfect four of four from the free throw line (1.000) in scoring his postseason career high...did most of his damage in the second half with 12 of his 18 points after the intermission but his six first half points were just as important...his six first half points came on two 3-point shots in a span of 16 seconds as Florida State pushed out a three point lead into a nine point bulge...the Seminoles push that lead to a 13-point advantage going into the locker room.. his 12 second half points came in the final 12 minutes of the game and allowed the Seminoles to hold as much as a 17 point advantage and a double digit lead throughout the second half...(vs. Louisiana Tech): Scored nine points and totaled three assists in the Seminoles 78-75 victory over Louisiana Tech at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee (March 26)...two first half points to help Florida State take a 37-33 lead at halftime and his nine points helped the Seminoles hold on to the lead for the win...his seven points in the second half helped the Seminoles recover from as much as a seven point deficit in the second half...two first half points came as the last basket by either team in the half and gave Florida State the 37-33 advantage going into the locker room...helped Florida State chip away at the Bulldogs' second half lead with seven points in the final 20 minutes...a jumper at the 12:19 mark gave pulled Florida State to within three at 53-50 while two free throws at the 11:05 mark pulled Florida State to within 55-52...scored what proved to be the game-winning basket on a 3-point shot with 7:21 left in the game to give Florida State a 63-60 lead...Louisiana Tech had their chances but was unable to retake the win and the Seminoles advanced to New York City and the NIT semifinals...(vs. Minnesota): Scored a team-high tying 16 points and pulled down one rebound in 35 minutes of play in the Seminoles' 67-64 overtime loss to Minnesota in the semifinals of the NIT at Madison Square Garden in New York City...scored four points in the first half, 10 in the second half and two in the overtime period in the final game of his career...his 10 second half points helped Florida State outscore the Gophers 40-30 in the second half and recover from as many as 15 down to tie the game at 60-60 at the end of regulation...scored eight of his 10 second half points in a span of 2:30 midway through the second half on two 3-point shots and a jumper to pull Florida State to within one a 42-41 with 10:51 left in regulation.

AS A JUNIOR (2013): Averaged 5.3 points (seventh on the team), 1.6 rebounds (ninth) and 1.9 assists (third) while making 23 3-point shots (fifth), playing in 28 games and earning the first five starting assignments of his career (against South Alabama, Buffalo, BYU, Saint Joseph's and Minnesota)...was hampered by a foot injury that limited his practice time and forced him to miss six of the Seminoles' 34 games including four straight during the month of December (Maine, Louisiana Monroe, Charlotte and Tulsa) and the Seminoles' NIT game against Louisiana Tech...suffered a bone bruise on his right foot in a practice in late November and because of the Seminoles' game schedule he was never able to properly allow it to heal during the season...had the foot placed in a cast on March 18 and wore the cast until April 16 when he immediately began daily workouts... helped lead Florida State to an 18-16 overall record, a 9-9 record in ACC play and a sixth place finish in the ACC standings...it marked the school record fifth consecutive season that Florida State had finished with a .500 or better record in ACC play...earned the first start of his collegiate career at the point guard position in the Seminoles' season opener against South Alabama (Nov. 9)...in the Seminoles' starting line-up for the next four games before injuring his foot and accepting a reserve role for the remainder of the season...because of his injury, he rarely practiced but was able to play through the pain...averaged 18.8 minutes played per game during the season including a season-high 30 in the Seminoles' victory over Saint Joseph's in the championship game of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic (Nov. 17) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. ...was still one of the Seminoles' most productive players as he scored in double figures five times and averaged nearly one 3-point field goal for each of his 28 games played...scored in double figures in wins over BYU (season high 15 points on Nov. 16), at Maryland (12 points on Jan. 9) at home against Maryland (10 points on Jan. 30), at Miami (12 points on Jan. 27) and at NC State (11 points on Feb. 19)...most productive scoring game of the season came in the Seminoles' win over BYU in the semifinals of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic as he totaled 15 points...made a season high six field goals and tied his season high with three 3-point field goals made...also added three 3-point field goals in scoring 12 points at Maryland...finished third on the team with a 1.9 assists per game average including his season-high of six assists in the Seminoles' win over Saint Joseph's...at least four assists coming in five different games - six against Saint Joseph's, four against South Alabama, four against Duke (Feb. 2), and four against Wake Forest (Feb. 26) at home in the Donald L. Tucker Center...totaled multiple assists in 16 of the 28 games he played in during the season...finished tied for third on the team with 23 steals for a 0.8 steals per game average...a season high four assists in Florida State's Coaches vs. Cancer championship clinching victory over Saint Joseph's and three against Mercer (Dec. 2) in Tallahassee...helped Florida State to the championship of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic with wins over BYU and Saint Joseph's at the newly opened Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. ...was Florida State's fourth leading scorer as he averaged 8.8 points and 2.3 rebounds in the four-game tournament...was even better in the two games during the tournament in Brooklyn as he was one of four Seminoles in double figures with a 10.5 points per game scoring average...played in all 18 ACC games and averaged 5.4 points and 1.8 rebounds - he averaged more points and more rebounds per game in conference games than he did for the entire season (5.3 ppg and 1.6 rpg) and in 10 non-conference games (5.1 ppg and 1.3 rpg)...was at his best on the road as a junior as he averaged 6.2 points scored per game (third on the team) in 11 games on an opponents' home court...(vs. Boston College): Scored three points and pulled down two rebounds in Florida State's only game of the season against Boston College...Florida State led by as many as 12 points in the first half and held on to win the game, 69-66, in Tallahassee...his three points came on a second half 3-point shot with 9:37 remaining in the game and proved to be the game-winning basket in their win...the basket (on an assist from Devon Bookert) broke a 47-47 tie and gave Florida State a 50-47 advantage - an advantage they did not relinquish in gaining their sixth ACC win of the season...(vs. Clemson): Averaged 2.3 points and 1.3 rebounds in three games played against Clemson during the season...the Seminoles defeated the Tigers three times for the first time in school history - to open the ACC season at Clemson, at home in Tallahassee and in the first round of the ACC Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum...scored seven points and pulled down three rebounds in the Seminoles' 71-66 win over Clemson at Littlejohn Coliseum to open the ACC season (Jan. 5)...totaled six of his seven points in the first half on two made 3-point shots as Florida State jumped out to as much as a 16 point first half lead in taking a much needed 38-25 lead at the intermission...a 3-pointer from the win gave the Seminoles a 13-6 lead at the 13:28 mark of the first half and another three from the top of the key put the Seminoles up 19-6 with 11:43 remaining to be played before halftime...helped close out the Tigers with one of two free throws with 14.1 seconds remaining to put the Seminoles up 69-63...though the Seminoles never lost their lead, the Tigers closed to within three down the stretch...scored zero points and pulled down one first half rebound in seven minutes of playing time as the Seminoles rallied at home to defeat the Tigers, 60-57, in Tallahassee (Jan. 24)...Florida State trailed by as many as 13 in the first half and by as many as 12 in the second half but rallied to top the Tigers on a buzzer-beating, game-winning 3-point shot - banked in from the right elbow - by Michael Snaer...the game-winning, buzzer-beating shot was Saner first of four on the season and third of six during his career...totaled zero points and zero rebounds in 13 minutes of playing time as Florida State rallied from a halftime deficit to defeat Clemson, 73-69, in the first round of the ACC Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum (March 14)...added a second half assist on a 3-point shot by Devon Bookert which gave Florida State a 43-41 lead with 10:18 left in the game...(vs. Duke): Scored four points and was credited with four assists in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...the Blue Devils made 11 3-point field goals and won in Tallahassee 79-60 (Feb. 2)...all four points came in the second half as the Seminoles battled back from a halftime deficit to outscore Duke by one (38-37) after halftime...his four assists during the game helped account for 10 points on four made baskets including a first half 3-point shot by Aaron Thomas and a second half shot from the bonusphere by Devon Bookert...(vs. Georgia Tech): Scored three points and added three assists in Florida State's only game of the season against Georgia Tech...scored his three points on a 3-point shot at the tail end of the first half to give the Seminoles a 26-25 lead with 1:23 left before halftime...though the Yellow Jackets would retake the lead at the half, the Seminoles' outscored Georgia Tech by a 30-27 margin to lead the Seminoles to the 56-54 win in Atlanta (Feb. 5)...the Seminoles won the game on a game-winning, buzzer-beating lay-up by Michael Snaer to give Florida State the win...the game-winner was Snaer's third of four on the season and fifth of sixth during his illustrious career...(vs. Maryland): Averaged 11.0 points, 2.0 assists, 1.5 rebounds and 1.5 steals in two games against NIT participant Maryland...tied for the team lead with five 3-point field goals made and shot .500 percent (five of 10) from the 3-point line as the Seminoles took the two-game regular season series from the Terps with wins in both College Park and Tallahassee...totaled four assists and three steals in the two games combined...scored 12 points and added two rebounds, two assists and two steals as Florida State rallied to defeat Maryland, 65-62, in College Park (Jan. 5) to raise its ACC record to 2-0 - with two wins on the road at Clemson and at Maryland to begin the season...led the Seminoles with three 3-point shots made in 24 minutes of play...the Seminoles trailed by as many as 12 in the first half and by a 36-27 margin at the intermission...helped Florid State outscore Maryland, 38-26, in the second half to take the win...nine of his 12 points came in the first half on his three made 3-point shots as the Seminoles worked their way back in to the game after trailing by 12 with 1:28 left in the half...both of his three 3-point shots came in the final 3:17 of the half and helped Florida State keep their deficit under double digits...his most important shot from the bonusphere came at the first half buzzer and drew the Seminoles to within nine...his shot was a big momentum swing in the ultimate outcome of the game...very active in the second half with four points, two assists and two steals as Florida State recovered to win the game...a steal and an assist led to a Michael Snaer basket at the 15:10 mark - was a basket that drew Florida State to within six at 41-35...a second assist on a basket by Aaron Thomas once again drew Florida State tow within six at 43-37 with 14:15 remaining...pulled Florida State to within two at 43-41 on a lay-up at the 13:05 mark...was fouled on that play by Alex Len, made the free throw, and pulled Florida State within one at 43-42...from there it was the Okaro White show as he score the next 15 straight points for Florida State - a stretch that saw Florida State go from one down at 43-42 to six up at 57-51 with 2:30 remaining to be played...contributed a steal on a basket by White at the 5:40 mark that gave the Seminoles a 50-48 lead - that basket proved to be the game-winning basket as the Seminoles never trailed after that basket...scored 10 points and totaled one rebound, two assists and one steal in the Seminoles' come-from-behind win, 73-71, over the Terps in Tallahassee (Jan. 30)...six first half points helped the Seminoles pull into a 34-34 tie at the intermission and the four second half points helped the Seminoles take the home win...his biggest play of the game was undoubtedly his second assist of the game on Michael Snaer's buzzer-beating, game-winning 3-point shot that gave the Seminoles their final margin of victory...Miller drove the lane, stumbled, drew the defense to him and had the wherewithal to find Snaer on the left wing in front of the Seminoles' bench where the senior let fly his second of four game-winning shots to provide the dramatic win over the Terps...(vs. Miami): Averaged a team-leading 10.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.5 assists in two games against NCAA Tournament participant and ACC Champion Miami...led the Seminoles with seen field goals made, a .536 field goal shooting percentage (seven of 13) and was a perfect 1.000 percent (six of six) from the free throw line...he averaged 21.5 minutes played in the two games against the Hurricanes...led Florida State with 12 points as the Seminoles traveled to play at Coral Gables (Jan. 27)...the Hurricanes won, 71-47...the 12 points tied his junior season ACC scoring high - he also scored 12 points at Maryland (Jan. 9)...was a perfect three of three from the free throw line in the game...marked the only time during his junior season and the fifth time during the last two seasons that Miller had led the team in scoring...totaled nine points and two rebounds as Florida State played host to Miami in Tallahassee...the Seminoles battled the Hurricanes before falling, 74-68, at the Donald L. Tucker Center (Feb. 13)...scored five points in the first half and four in the second half as the Seminoles outscored the No. 3 ranked Hurricanes, 38-36 over the final 20 minutes of the game...(vs. North Carolina): Averaged 2.3 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists in three games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...the Seminoles faced the Tar Heels twice during the regular season in both Tallahassee and Chapel Hill and in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals in Greensboro, N.C. ...scored zero points but totaled two assists, one rebound and one steal as the Seminoles played host to North Carolina in Tallahassee (Jan. 12)...the Tar Heels rallied on the road to gain the win 77-72...two assists in the second half led to five points on a 3-point shot by Aaron Thomas and a dunk by Terrance Shannon as the Seminoles led much of the second half before the Tar Heels scored the final eight points of the game to earn the win...scored five points and added two rebounds and two assists in 21 minutes of play as the Seminoles traveled to play at Chapel Hill (March 3)...all five points came in the second half as Florida State worked to claw their way back into the game on the road...scored two points and added one rebound as Florida State fell to North Carolina, 83-62, in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C. (March 15)...(vs. NC State): Averaged 10.0 points, 1.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists in three games against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...the two teams split their two-game regular season series with both teams winning on their home court...was one of five Seminole regulars to shoot at least .500 percent from the field (seven of 14, .500 percent) and was a perfect 1.000 percent from the free throw line (two of two) in the two game split...scored 11 points on four of eight shooting from the field and three made 3-point shots as the Seminoles traveled to play at NC State (Feb. 19)...the Wolfpack led the entire way in winning at the PNC Arena, 84-66...tied his ACC season-high with his three shots made from the bonusphere with both coming in the first half...his pair of 3-point shots game on back to back possessions and came within 36 seconds of each other...Florida State went from down 11 to within seven during his own personal scoring run...totaled nine points, two rebounds and two assists as Florida State defeated NC State, 71-67, in Tallahassee on Senior Day (March 9)...the victory helped the Seminoles finish the season with a 9-9 record in the ACC...scored seven points in eight minutes during the decisive second half as Florida State rallied from as many as eight down in the final 16 minutes to claim the win over the preseason ACC favorites...totaled his seven points in a crucial 1:05 stretch in the second half as the Seminoles worked to win the game...connected on a 3-point shot to being the Seminoles to within four at 51-47...made two free throws at the 9:46 mark to pull Florida State within four again at 53-49...closed the gap to two at 53-51 on a lay-up at the 9:10 mark...his 3-point shot began a 27-16 run in the final 10:15 that saw that Seminoles recover from a seven point deficit (51-44 with 10:34 remaining in the game) to as much as a four point lead (67-63 with 32 seconds remaining) in earning the win...(vs. Virginia): Averaged 2.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Virginia...the Seminoles and the Cavaliers split the two-game regular season series with both teams winning on their home courts...scored four points and pulled down four rebounds as Florida State traveled to play at Virginia (Jan. 19)...the Cavaliers won the game, 56-36...totaled zero points but one assist and one steal in Florida State's 53-51 win over Virginia in Tallahassee (March 7)...earned his one assist on a dunk by Kiel Turpin to pull Florida State to within one at 22-21 with 8:44 remaining in first half...Florida State led by a 26-23 margin at the half and led for most of the second half before falling behind in the last two minutes but winning the game on a game-winning, buzzer-beating shot by Michael Snaer with 4.4 seconds left in the game...Snaer drove to his left and scored on a left-handed lay-in to put the Seminoles up 52-51...he was fouled on the play and made the free throw for the final margin of victory...(vs. Virginia Tech): Totaled five points, one assist and one steal in Florida State's only game of the season against Virginia Tech...the Hokies won in Blacksburg by an 80-70 margin (Feb. 24)...(vs. Wake Forest): Averaged 2.0 points and 2.0 rebounds and a team-leading 2.5 rebounds in two games against Wake Forest...all four of his points against the Demon Deacons came from the free throw line as the two teams split the regular season series with Wake Forest winning in Winston-Salem and the Seminoles winning in Tallahassee...tied for the team high with five assists including his ACC season-high of four assists in the Seminoles' win at home...scored one point on a free throw and added an assist as Florida State fell to Wake Forest, 71-46, in Winston-Salem (Feb. 9)...totaled three points on three made free throws in Florida State's 76-62 win over Wake Forest in Tallahassee (Feb. 26)...the Seminoles led virtually the entire way as they closed out their February schedule with a win...(vs. Florida): scored five points and pulled down one rebound in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...his five points came on a 3-point shot and two free throws in the first half as Florida won, 72-47, in Tallahassee (Dec. 5)...(In four games during the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic): Averaged 8.8 points and 2.3 rebounds in helping lead Florida State to the championship of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic...the Seminoles played two games in Tallahassee and won two games at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. to claim the prestigious championship...led the Seminoles with 14 assists and a 3.5 assists per game average while earning six steals during the four-game event...(vs. South Alabama): Totaled eight points, four assists and three rebounds as Florida State's starting point guard in the season opener against South Alabama...all eight points came in the second half as Florida State worked to get back into the game after tailing at halftime...the Seminoles re-took the lead but fell, 76-71, in Tallahassee (Nov. 9)...(vs. Buffalo): Scored six points to go along with three rebounds and two assists as a starter in the Seminoles' 95-68 win over Buffalo in Tallahassee...all six points came in the first half as Florida State jumped out to as much as a 21-point lead and led by a 47-30 mark at the intermission...the Seminoles never trailed in gaining the win...(vs. BYU): Scored his season-high of 15 points, pulled down three rebounds and added two assists in Florida State's 88-70 win over NIT participant BYU in the semifinals of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. (Nov. 16)...scored 10 of his 15 points in the first half as Florida State sprinted to as much as a 12 point first half lead and a 44-35 halftime intermission...scored what proved to be the game-winning basket - the first basket of the game on a lay-up at the 18:54 mark of the first half to give the Seminoles a 2-0 lead...Florida State scored the first six points of the games and never trailed in earning the win...(vs. Saint Joseph's): Scored six points and added his season high of six rebounds as Florida State defeated NIT participant Saint Joseph's, 73-66, to claim the championship of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at the Barclays Center (Nov. 17)...his four points in the first half proved important as the Seminoles held a 36-32 halftime lead...a second half jumper at the 5:48 mark helped Florida State begin to pull away with a 61-55 lead.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Averaged 10.3 points (third on the team), 1.3 steals (second) and 2.0 rebounds (ninth) while shooting .354 percent from the 3-point line (third) and .774 from the free throw line (third) in helping lead Florida State to the first ACC Championship in school history and to the school record fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance...scored in double figures in 14 of his 24 games (.583 percent)...earned career high statistics for blocked shots (two)...helped lead Florida State to a 25-10 record, a program record tying 12-4 record in the ACC, a school record seven-game ACC winning streak, to multiple victories over both Duke and North Carolina and to victories over each of the four Tobacco Road schools (Duke, North Carolina, NC State and Wake Forest) in the same season for the first time in school history...in ranking third in scoring for the Seminoles as a sophomore, he scored his season high of 18 points three times - all against ACC teams...totaled 18 points in a win over Maryland (Jan. 17), 18 in a win at Virginia (March 1) and 18 in the Seminoles' quarterfinal win in the ACC Tournament over Miami...Florida State won all three games...in scoring 18 points against Maryland he was a perfect eight of eight from the free throw line to mark only the ninth time in school history in an ACC game that a Seminole player was perfect on at least eight free throws...made his single game season-high of five 3-point field goals including the game-winner at the buzzer in the Seminoles' win over Virginia in Charlottesville...season-highs with six rebounds against Clemson (Jan. 7), four assists against St. Bonaventure (March 16 in the NCAA Tournament), steals with four against Maryland and with 39 minutes played against Princeton (Dec. 30)...was Florida State's leading scorer in four different games: at Virginia with a season-high tying 18 points (March 1), at NC State with 17 points (Feb. 18), at Clemson with 16 points (Jan. 7) and at home against Virginia Tech with 11 points (Feb. 16)...Florida State's third leading scorer in the ACC Tournament with an 11.7 points per game average in helping the Seminoles to their first ever ACC Championship...totaled double figures in both the Seminoles' quarterfinal round win over Miami (a season-high tying 18 points) and in their championship clinching win over North Carolina (10 points)...averaged 8.0 points per game in the Seminoles' nine games against ranked teams and Florida State's third leading scorer in ACC games with a 10.4 points per game scoring average...only Miller, All-ACC Selection Michael Snaer and All-ACC selection Bernard James were the three Seminoles who averaged in double figures in ACC play during the 2011-12 season...double-figure scoring in four of his first five (14.0 points per game) and five of his first six (15.2 points per game) games of his season...his double-figure totals included 17 points against Princeton and 16 at Clemson...was Florida State's leading scorer against NC State (17 points), Virginia (11.5 points in two games) and Virginia Tech (13.0 points in two games) in ACC play...(vs. Boston College): Scored 12 points to go along with two rebounds, one assist and one steal in Florida State's only game of the season against Boston College...was the Seminoles' second leading scorer as he shot .500 percent from the field (four of eight), 400 percent from the 3-point line (two of five) and was a perfect two of two (1.000 percent) from the free throw line...scored eight of his 12 points in the first half as the Seminoles worked to achieve as much as a 13-point lead before trailing at halftime, 34-33...a 3-point shot at the 10:39 mark gave Florida State a seemingly commanding 10 point lead at 20-10...the Eagles outscored the Seminoles 24-23 during the remainder of the half to take the one point halftime lead...four second half points but the Seminoles gained the lead and held it for less than one minute in the second half...Boston College won the game, 64-60, in Chestnut Hill (Feb. 8) to break the Seminoles' school record seven game ACC winning streak...(vs. Clemson): Averaged 13.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists in two games against Clemson during the regular season...the Seminoles and the Tigers split the two game regular season series between the two teams with each team winning at home during the regular season...averaged 30.0 minutes played in the two games against the Tigers...scored a team leading 16 points on seven of 18 shooting from the field in the Seminoles' 79-59 loss to Clemson at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson (Jan. 7)...finished second on the team with six rebounds and led the team with two 3-point shots made...a strong second half with 12 points on five of eight shooting (.625 percent) from the field but the Seminoles were unable to keep up with the hot shooting Tigers...scored in double figures for the second time in two games against the Tigers with 11 points to go along with three assists in 27 minutes played as Florida State topped Clemson, 80-72, on senior day in Tallahassee (March 4)...helped Florida State jet out to a commanding 49-33 lead with eight first half points and two assists in 12 minutes played...six of his eight first half points came on 3-point shots in the final 49 seconds of the half...3-pointer at the 49 second mark gave the Seminoles a 46-31 lead while a second 3-point shot closed out the first half scoring with the Seminoles up 49-33...a third 3-point shot put Florida State up 74-62 with 4:03 remaining in the win...the victory allowed Florida State to close out the regular season with a 21-9 overall record and a school record tying 12-4 record and a third place finish in the ACC standings...his three 3-point shots against the Tigers are tied for his second highest total of shots made from the bonusphere in an ACC game during the first two years of his career...(vs. Duke): Averaged 7.0 points, 1.0 rebound, 1.0 assist and made three 3-point field goals in three games against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...the Seminoles defeated Duke in two of three meetings between the two teams with their wins coming in Cameron Indoor Stadium and in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament...Florida State's win at Cameron Indoor Stadium was the second ever win in Cameron in school history and their win in the ACC Tournament was their first against the Blue Devils in postseason play and sent them to the championship game of the ACC Tournament where they defeated North Carolina to win the first ACC Championship in school history...totaled seven points, one assist and one steal in Florida State's 76-73 win over No. 6 ranked Duke in Cameron Indoor Stadium (Jan. 21)...the Seminoles toppled the nationally ranked Blue Devils and stopped their 45-game home winning streak on a buzzer beating 3-point shot by Michael Snaer that gave Florida State the win in the final shot of the game...a first half lay-up gave the Seminoles a 12-9 lead with 13:35 to go before halftime...Duke took a 32-26 lead at halftime...five second half points helped Florida State recover from that halftime deficit and take the ACC win on the road...a short jumper at the 13:57 mark pulled the Seminoles to within two at 44-42 and a 3-point shot with 12:01 left in the game tied the score at 47-47...also added an assist on a 3-point shot by Deividas Dulkys that tied the score at 50-50 with 11:25 remaining in the game...scored seven points and added three rebounds and two assists as the Seminoles fell, 74-66, to No. 5 Duke at home (Feb. 23) in one of the most highly anticipated Seminole basketball games at home in school history...two first half points and five in the second half weren't enough as Duke made 13 3-point shots in the game...a third game of seven points in 15 minutes of play as Florida State defeated No. 6 Duke, 62-59, in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament...the win propelled Florida State into the ACC Championship game where they defeated North Carolina to win the championship...the Seminoles' win over Duke marked their first ever win over Duke in the ACC Tournament, their first win over Duke in the postseason and marked the first time the Seminoles had defeated the Blue Devils multiple times in the same season...all seven points came in seven minutes played in the first half and positioned Florida State for a 33-31 halftime lead...his points in the first half were all vitally important as they increased Florida State's lead each time he scored...a lay-up with 6:41 left before intermission gave the Seminoles a 20-17 lead while a 3-pointer at the 4:24 mark put Florida State up 27-22...then added two free throws to put the Seminoles up 29-22 with 3:56 left before the intermission...five points in 28 seconds with his free throws coming after he was fouled by Austin Rivers allowed the Seminoles to hold the lead for virtually the entire first half...eight minutes of playing time came in the second half as Florida State earned the win and the program's first ever trip to the ACC Tournament Championship game...(vs. Georgia Tech): Scored zero points but pulled down three rebounds and added a steal in the Seminoles' only game again the season against Georgia Tech...totaled 17 minutes of playing time in the Seminoles 68-54 win over the Yellow Jackets in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...helped the Seminoles recover from a first half deficit to outscore the Yellow Jackets, 44-29, to win the game going away...(vs. Maryland): Scored a season-high tying 18 points, pulled down five rebounds and earned four steals in the Seminoles' only game against Maryland during the season...shot the ball well from all over the floor as he was four of seven from the field (.571 percent), two of three from the 3-point line (.667 percent) and was a perfect eight of eight from the free throw line (1.000 percent) to become only the ninth player in school history to be perfect from the free throw line on at least eight free throw attempts in an ACC game...led the team with four steals - the Terps had a total of two steals - meaning Miller had more steals than Maryland during the game...Florida State won the game going away, 84-70, in Tallahassee (Jan. 17)...seven first half points allowed the Seminoles to take a 36-33 halftime lead while 11 second half points allowed the Seminoles to take command and increase its lead to as many as 21 in the win...(vs. Miami): Averaged 13.7 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.3 steals in three games against NIT participant Miami...the Seminoles took two of three games including the teams' meeting in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament against their in-state rival and the southern-most school in the ACC...tied for the lead with 11 free throws and four steals as the two teams split the regular season series and Seminoles won the postseason game between the two teams...scored 11 points on five of six shooting from the free throw line in the Seminoles' 64-59 win over Miami in Tallahassee (Feb. 11)...all 11 points came in the second half as the Seminoles stretched a 28-26 halftime lead into a five point win at home...all 11 points came in the final 10 minutes of the game and began with a 3-point shot at the 9:59 mark to up the Seminoles' lead to 45-40...a second 3-point shot increased the Seminoles' lead to 10 points at 50-40 at the 7:31 mark...two free throw shots at the 3:54 mark increased the Seminoles' lead back to nine while three more free throws in the last minute of the game help the Seminoles keep their lead and gain their eighth ACC win of the season...his final two free throw shots of the game came with 28 seconds left and gave the Seminoles a 62-57 (plus five point) lead...both shots were important as the Hurricanes took the lead down to three with three seconds remaining in the game...scored 12 points and was one of three Seminoles in double-figure scoring as Florida State fell, 78-62, in Coral Gables (Feb. 26)...totaled 10 second half points as the Seminoles worked to climb back into the game after trailing 24-20 at halftime...tied his season-high with 18 points to go along with three rebounds, two assists and one steal in the Seminoles 82-71 win over Miami in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament...his 18 points came on six of 11 shooting from the field (.545 percent) and five of eight shooting from the free throw line...totaled six first half points as Florida State built up a 36-27 halftime advantage and led by as many as 12 in gaining the win...the win advanced the Seminoles to the ACC Tournament semifinals where they defeated Duke and into the championship game where they defeated North Carolina to win the first ACC Championship in school history...scored what proved to be the game-winning basket on a 3-point shot at the 13:08 mark of the first half...Miller's basket gave the Seminoles a lead they did not relinquish during the remainder of the game...scored 12 second half points...four points in a 41 second span gave Florida State a seven point advantage at the 14:53 mark...his points boosted the Seminoles' lead back to a comfortable working margin after the Hurricanes drew to within three points at 43-40...scored points to increase the Seminoles' lead five more times during the second half including on a free throw with three seconds left in the game to give the Seminoles their final margin of 11 at 82-71...(vs. North Carolina): Averaged 6.5 points, 1.5 assists and 1.0 rebound in two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...the Seminoles defeated the Tar Heels twice in the same season for the first time in school history...the Seminoles defeated the No. 3 ranked Tar Heels in Tallahassee and the No. 4 ranked Tar Heels in the title game of the ACC Tournament to give the Seminoles their first ACC Championship in school history...scored three points and added one rebound, one assist and one steal in 14 minutes of play in Florida State's 90-57 win over North Carolina in Tallahassee (March 11)...the Seminoles' +33 point margin of victory was their largest ever over a ranked opponent...scored all three of his points on three free throws in the second half as Florida State upped their lead over the nationally ranked Tar Heels to as many as 33 points...totaled seven points, one rebound and one assist in 15 minutes of playing time as Florida State defeated North Carolina, 85-82, at Philips Arena in Atlanta (March 11)...the win over the Tar Heels earned the Seminoles their first ACC Tournament title in school history...all seven points came in the first half and helped the Seminoles build a commanding 49-40 lead at halftime...three points on an old fashion three-point play gave the Seminoles an early 11-6 lead with 16:42 left before halftime...he made a lay-up, was fouled by North Carolina's Reggie Bullock and made the free throw to put Florida State up by five early...a jumper increased the Seminoles' lead to three (16-13) with 13:41 left in the first half...added to Florida State's lead as they began to pour it on the Tar Heels with a jumper to make the score 29-20 with 9:44 left before the intermission...(vs. NC State): Florida State's leading scorer with 17 points and two rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NC State...shot the ball well as he was six of nine (.667 percent) from the field and four for five (.800 percent) to go along with one 3-point field goal made, one assist and one steal...the Seminoles defeated the Wolfpack, 76-62, in Raleigh (Feb. 18) to raise their record to 10-2 in ACC play and mark the school record fourth consecutive season they had won at least 10 games in ACC play during the regular season...six points in the first half as Florida State built a 37-26 lead and 11 more in the second half as Florida State rolled out to as much as a 20-point lead on the Wolfpack who nearly advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament...scored what proved to be the game-winning basket on a lay-up at the 16:05 mark of the first half - his basket gave the Seminoles a 6-4 lead - a lead they did not relinquish in taking the ACC road win...closed the scoring in the first half with a 3-point shot with eight seconds left before halftime to give the Seminoles a 37-26 lead at the break...Florida State's leading scorer in the second half with 11 points including a lay-up with 3:44 left to put Florida State up by 19 at 70-51...nine points in the final 5:53 of the game allowed the Seminoles to win comfortably on the road...(vs. Virginia): Averaged 11.5 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.5 assists in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Virginia...made a team leading six 3-pointers in the two game regular season sweep of the Cavaliers with wins in both Tallahassee and Charlottesville...also added three assists and three steals against Virginia...scored five points and added one assist and one steal in the Seminoles' 58-55 win over then No. 18 ranked Virginia in Tallahassee (Feb. 4)...three first half points gave Florida State a 20-17 lead with under five minutes remaining to be played in the first half...was an important basket for the Seminoles as Virginia rallied to within one point of Florida State at halftime...the Seminoles led, 23-22, at the break...two second half points on a short jumper at the 11:30 mark gave Florida State a 37-29 lead...his basket once again proved important as Virginia rallied to take a short-lived one point lead before a jumper by Michael Snaer gave the Seminoles the lead back for good with 4:21 left in the game...scored a team-high and season-high tying 18 points in Florida State's incredible come from behind win over Virginia in Charlottesville...Miller made a 3-point shot with 0.08 seconds remaining to give the Seminoles the improbable 63-60 win...made his season-high of five 3-point field goals including the first game winner of his Florida State career...also totaled two assists and two steals in addition to shooting six of 10 from the field (.600 percent) and five of eight (.625 percent) from the 3-point line...scored 15 of his 18 points in the second half with nine points coming in the final 3:17 and all 15 coming in the final 8:20 of the game...the Seminoles outscored the Cavaliers, 16-2, in the final 4:33 with nine points coming from Miller...3-point shots came at the 8:20 mark (to make the score 45-44 in favor of the Cavaliers) and at the 6:48 mark (to make the score 49-47 in favor of the Cavaliers)...began to do some serious and winning damage to the scoreboard when the Seminoles went down 58-47 on two free throws by Mick Scott with 4:33 left in the game...Miller time began with a lay-up and a free throw after being fouled by Akil Mitchell to draw the Seminoles to within six at 58-52 with 3:17 left...quickly added another 3-point shot at the 3:16 mark (one second later after a turnover by Virginia's Joe Harris) to make the score 58-55...won the game on a 3-point shot with 0:08 seconds remaining to give Florida State the improbable 63-60 win...(vs. Virginia Tech): Averaged 13.0 points. 1.0 assists and 1.0 steals in two games against NIT participant Virginia Tech...the only Seminole in double figure scoring in both games against the Hokies with 15 points in the Seminoles' win in Blacksburg and 11 points in Florida State's victory in Tallahassee...led the Seminoles with nine field goals made, four 3-point field goals made and a 13.0 points per game average in the two games regular season sweep...was a perfect four of four (1.000 percent) from the free throw line in the two games...averaged a team leading 31.0 minutes played per game...scored 15 points on five of 10 shooting from the field (.500 percent) and was a perfect four of four (1.000 percent) from the free throw line in the Seminoles' 63-59 win in Blacksburg (Jan. 10)...a catalyst in the first half with seven points to stake the Seminoles to a 30-21 halftime lead in a game in which Florida State never trailed...five consecutive points in a 41 second span on a 3-point shot and two free throws with 1:43 left in the first half to give Florida State a 30-18 lead just before the break...eight points in the second half as Florida State maintained its lead until late in the game before winning on the road...the Seminoles never trailed in winning their first ACC game of the season...totaled a team high 18 points and was the only Seminole in double figure scoring as Florida State won a defensive minded affair, 48-47, in Tallahassee (Feb. 16)...five of his 11 points came in the second half with all five coming in the final 5:33 of the game as Florida State recovered from as much as a 15 points deficit in the second half...Florida State closed the game on a 19-5 run in the final 8:07 of the game with a Miller jumper at the 5:33 mark drawing the Seminoles to within 42-37 and a 3-point shot with 45 seconds remaining pulling Florida State to within two at 47-45...All-American candidate Michael Snaer hit another of his patented 3-point buzzer beating shots with 2.4 seconds left in the game to put the Seminoles up and give them the win...(vs. Wake Forest): Totaled three points, three assists and two rebounds in Florida State's only game against Wake Forest during the season...three points on a second half 3-point shot as Florida State won going away, 75-52, in Winston-Salem (Jan, 25)...his 3-point shot at the 5:44 mark of the second half gave Florida State a comfortable and commanding 57-41 lead...(vs. Florida): Scored seven points in 22 minutes of play in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...(in three games during the ACC Tournament): Averaged 11.7 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists in three ACC Tournament games...helped the No. 3 seeded Seminoles defeat No. 6 seeded Miami in the quarterfinals, No. 2 seeded and No. 6 seeded Duke in the semifinals and No. 1 seeded and No. 3 ranked North Carolina to win the ACC Championship...was Florida State's third leading scorer and one of three (also Michael Snaer and Bernard James) who averaged in double figure scoring as the Seminoles won the first ACC Championship in school history...one of six Seminoles to shoot better than 50 percent from the field (12 of 23, .522 percent) and made eight of 12 free throws (.667) as the Seminoles became only the third team in ACC history to defeat Duke and North Carolina in the semifinals and finals of the ACC Tournament to win the conference championship...(in two games during the NCAA Tournament): Averaged 4.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games in the Seminoles' school record fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance...the Seminoles' games against St. Bonaventure and Cincinnati were played at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. ...averaged 23.0 minutes played per game and finished second on the team with five assists as the Seminoles won at least one game in the tournament for the second consecutive season...the Seminoles were the No. 3 seed in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament - a seed that tied the school record for highest seed in their tournament history...(vs. St. Bonaventure): Scored eight points to go along with four assists and two steals in Florida State's 66-63 win over No. 14 seed St. Bonaventure (March 16)...helped Florida State mount a second half comeback after trailing by as many as 10 in the first half and 34-28 at halftime with five second half points...scored what proved to be the game winning basket on a 3-point shot with 5:18 left in the game...his basket put Florida State up 55-52 and gave the Seminoles their first lead of the game...his 3-point shot began a game-ending and game-winning 14-11 run than won the game for Florida State...(vs. Cincinnati): Scored zero points but pulled down five rebounds in Florida State's 62-56 season ending loss to No. 6 seed Cincinnati...his five rebounds tied for second on the team and ranked as his highest total since pulling down six against Clemson on Jan. 7.

AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Averaged 5.5 points (eighth on the team) and 1.6 rebounds (11th) while making 24 3-point field goals (fifth) and playing in 23 games...one of the Seminoles' most consistent 3-point shooters who averaged more than one 3-point field goal made in his 23 games played (1.04 3FGMPG) and ranked third on the team with a .358 shooting percentage from 3-point range...his 24 3-point field goals made is tied for the eighth best single season effort by a freshman in school history while his 67 3-point shots attempted ranked as the sixth highest by a freshman in school history...earned playing time in 23 of Florida State's 34 games including 11 games in ACC play, the Seminoles' game against Virginia Tech in the ACC Tournament and all three of the Seminoles' games in the NCAA Tournament...helped Florida State reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 1993 season and for the fourth time in school history...made at least one 3-point field goal in 15 of the 23 games in which he earned playing time...made multiple shots from the bonusphere in eight different games including three in the Seminoles' victory at home against ACC foe Wake Forest...made at least one 3-point field goal in six of the last seven games and shot .421 percent (eight of 19) from the bonusphere from Florida State's game against Miami in Tallahassee (Feb. 26) through the Seminoles' game against VCU in San Antonio in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament (March 25)...was Florida State's leading scorer in the Seminoles' game against Ohio State in the ACC / Big Ten Challenge in Tallahassee (Nov. 30) in a game won, 58-44, by the Buckeyes...proved to be one of the Seminoles' top free throw shooters as he made .929 of his free throw attempts (13 of 14) in his freshman season including each of his 13 straight to conclude the season...after missing the first free throw of his career in the Seminoles' win over UNC Greensboro in the Greensboro Coliseum (Nov. 14) he made each of his final 13 attempts to conclude the season...was a perfect three of three from the free throw line against the eight games the Seminoles' played against ranked teams, a perfect five of five against the 11 teams the Seminoles' played that advanced to the NCAA Tournament, a perfect eight of eight in 11 conference games and a near perfect five of six (.833) against non-conference opponents...scored in double figures four times including 14 points in the Seminoles' win over Wake Forest in Winston Salem (Feb. 19)...also totaled in double figure scoring against NCAA Tournament participant and No. 1 overall seed Ohio State (11 points, Nov. 30), Wake Forest in Tallahassee (11 points, Feb. 1) and against Virginia Tech (10 in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals, March 11)... helped make the Seminoles the nation's top defensive team and one of the more feared teams to play in all of college basketball...the Seminoles led the nation in field goal percentage defense (.363) and ranked in the nation's top 25 in blocked shots (fifth, 6.0 bpg), 3-point field goal percentage defense (15th, .306) and steals (24th, 8.5 spg)...the Seminoles were also the fiercest defensive team in the ACC and ranked first in field goal percentage defense, 3-point field goal percentage defense and blocked shots while ranking second in steals and scoring defense...returned to his home state of North Carolina for the second game of his collegiate career and scored seven points at UNC Greensboro (Nov. 14)...the first made shot of his career was a 3-point shot at the 13:41 mark of the first half of the Seminoles 97-73 win over the Spartans...his shot gave the Seminoles an early 15-6 lead...it was a historic game for the Seminoles as standout forward Chris Singleton earned a triple double of 22 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals - the first triple double in ACC history that included points, rebounds and steals...scored nine points in the Seminoles' win at FIU (Nov. 18)...(vs. Boston College): Did not play in Florida State's only game of the season against NIT participant Boston College...without Miller in the starting line-up, the Seminoles defeated the Eagles, 67-51, in Tallahassee (Jan. 22)..(vs. Clemson): Averaged 5.5 points, 1.0 assists and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Clemson...was tied for Florida State's team lead with three 3-point field goals made against the Tigers and a .750 shooting percentage (three of four) in the two game regular season series against the Tigers...both teams won on their home courts...was also a perfect two of two from the free throw line against the Tigers...scored five points and pulled down one rebound in the Seminoles 75-69, victory over Clemson in Tallahassee (Dec. 12) in his first career ACC game...the Seminoles trailed at the half and mounted a second half comeback to earn the victory and improve to 1-0 in conference play...first career ACC field goal was a 3-pointer at the 12:35 mark of the first half to give the Seminoles an 11-10 lead...the Tigers rallied to take a 34-28 halftime lead before the Seminoles mounted a second half comeback...closed out the Tigers as he gave the Seminoles a 75-69 lead with two free throws with 14 seconds remaining in the game...totaled six points on two made 3-point field goals as Florida State traveled to play at Clemson...the Tigers defeated the Seminoles, 62-44, at Littlejohn Coliseum (Jan. 29)...both of his 3-point shots came in the second half as Florida State worked its way back into the game after trailing at halftime...marked one of eight times he made at least two 3-point field goals and one of six times he made at least two 3-point field goals in ACC play...(vs. Duke): Did not play in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant and ACC Tournament champion Duke...the Seminoles defeated the No. 1 ranked Blue Devils, 66-61, in Tallahassee (Jan. 12)...the win over the No. 1 ranked Blue Devils was the fourth win in school history over the nation's No. 1 ranked team...(vs. Georgia Tech): Scored eight points and pulled down one rebound in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Georgia Tech...his eight points came in 10 minutes of play as Florida State went on the road and defeated the Yellow Jackets, 72-63, in Atlanta...all eight points - on two made 3-point field goals - came in the first half and helped Florida State jump out to a 30-18 halftime advantage...three points on a 3-point field goal as part of the Seminoles' game opening 17-2 run that put them firmly into command of the game...Miller buried a 3-point shot at the 11:54 mark to put the Seminoles up 17-2...on the board again at the 10:37 mark with another 3-point shot at the 10:37 mark to put the Seminoles' up 20-4...eighth point came on a jumper at the 3:58 mark and put the Seminoles up 26-13...Florida State never trailed and led by as many as 16 points in the first half in taking the win back to Tallahassee...(vs. Maryland): Scored zero points and pulled down zero rebounds in seven minutes of play in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Maryland...the Terps rallied from as much as a seven points down in the first half to gain the 78-62 victory in College Park, Md. (Feb. 23)...(vs. Miami): Scored five points, pulled down three rebounds and was credited with one steal in one game played against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...did not play in the Seminoles 53-51 win over Miami in Coral Gables (Jan. 19)...totaled five points as Florida State defeated the Hurricanes, 65-59, in Tallahassee (Feb. 26)...two points in the first half to boost Florida State to a 36-16 halftime lead in one of the six games that it did not trail in at any point during the game...a first half lay-up at the 3:26 mark gave Florida State a 33-14 advantage and a second half 3-point shot gave the Seminoles a 47-31 advantage at the 12:01 mark of the second half...Florida State led Miami by as many as 22 in the first half and by as many as 17 points....his second half 3-point shot loomed very important as the Hurricanes shot themselves back into the game and were within three points with under one minute remaining in the game...(vs. North Carolina): Averaged 4.5 points, 3.0 assists and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...tied for second on the team with six total assists...scored two points and was credited with two rebounds and two assists as the Seminoles traveled to play at North Carolina...the Tar Heels defeated the Seminoles, 89-69, at the Dean Smith Center in Chapel Hill (Feb. 6)...his two points came in the second half as Florida State worked back from a 43-34 halftime deficit...the two assists against the Tar Heels marked one of five times during his freshman season that he earned multiple assists in a single game...totaled seven points and a season-high four assists as Florida State took the nationally ranked Tar Heels to the brink of victory before North Carolina freshman Harrison Barnes scored the game winning basket with three seconds remaining on the clock in the second half...Barnes' 3-point shot turned the Seminoles 70-69 win into a 72-70 win in Tallahassee for the Tar Heels (March 6)...five first half points helped the Seminoles to a 38-37 halftime advantage...a jumper at the 12:47 mark of the first half put Florida State up 15-12 while a 3-point shot increased the Seminoles' lead to 26-17 (plus seven) at the 9:01 mark...a second half lay-up at the 11:04 mark helped Florida State fight back from as much as a seven point second half deficit...an incredible game between two powerhouse teams saw 11 ties and 14 lead changes...(vs. NC State): Scored eight points and pulled down one rebound in one game played against NC State...he did not play in Florida State's 84-71 victory over the Wolfpack in Tallahassee (Jan. 15) but returned for the Seminoles' 72-62 win in Raleigh (March 6)...scored eight points in the Seminoles' win over NC State to close out the regular season...was three of four from the field (.750) including two of three (.667) from the 3-point line to lead the Seminoles to the win...all eight of his points came in the first half and helped the Seminoles build a 34-25 advantage...helped the Seminoles jump on the Wolfpack early with a 3-pointer at the 11:48 mark to put Florida State up early 16-7...upped the Seminoles' lead to 21-8 on a jumper at the 10:36 mark and a 3-pointer with 56 seconds remaining in the first half increased the Seminoles lead back to 11 at 34-23...the Seminoles led at the half, 34-25...each of his eight points were important as the Wolfpack rallied to take a one point lead on two occasions in the second half...the win closed the Seminoles' regular season out at 21-9 overall and 11-5 in the ACC...their 11-5 record allowed them to finish in third place in the ACC standings to mark the third consecutive time the Seminoles finished in the top four of the ACC standings...(vs. Virginia): Scored two points and pulled down two rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Virginia...also added one steal in 13 minutes of playing time as Florida State defeated the Cavaliers, 63-56, in Tallahassee (Feb. 12)...his two points came on a jumper with 9:59 remaining in the first half and pulled the Seminoles to within two at 15-17...his basket was part of an 8-3 Seminole run that helped them erase as much as a seven point deficit in the first half...beginning with a Chris Singleton basket at the 12:03 mark, the Seminoles went from down 14-7 at the 12:30 mark to down only two after Miller's basket...the Seminoles took the lead in the game for good at the 5:30 mark of the first half on a 3-point shot by Deividas Dulkys which put the Seminoles up 24-21...the Seminoles did not trail in the game after that point in winning their eight ACC game of the season...(vs. Virginia Tech): Scored 10 points in 12 minutes of play on one of two games against NIT participant Virginia Tech...he did not play in the Seminoles' regular season game against the Hokies but did earn extensive playing time in Florida State's ACC quarterfinal round game against Virginia Tech in the Greensboro Coliseum...took advantage of playing on the national stage of the ACC Tournament and was one of two Seminoles to score in double figures as the Seminoles fell, 52-51, to the Hokies in Greensboro (March 11)...eight first half points to lead Florida State to a seemingly comfortable 27-19 halftime lead...a pair of 3-point shots - at the 2:28 mark and the 1:47 mark - helped give the Seminoles a 27-16 advantage as time in the first half ran down...a second half lay-up at the 11:48 mark gave Florida State a 40-32 lead...the Hokies outscored the Seminoles 20-11 from that point on to put themselves in position to win the game...the Seminoles seemingly had won the game on a buzzer beating 3-point shot but after a long discussion and a great deal of detailed reviewing of the shot, it was ruled to have come after the buzzer and the Hokies were handed the win...his 10 point performance against the Hokies was one of four double figure scoring games for the freshman and the first of his career in postseason play...(vs. Wake Forest): Averaged 12.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.0 assist in two games against Wake Forest...was one of only three ACC teams in which he played in both games of the regular season series and was the only conference team that he averaged in double figures against in multiple games as a freshman...was the Seminoles' third leading scorer with 25 total points and shot a perfect six of six from the free throw line as the Seminoles defeated the Deacons twice during the season...also ranked second on the team with five made 3-point field goals against the Deacons...totaled 11 points, two rebounds and two assists in 15 minutes of play as the Seminoles defeated the Deacons, 85-61, in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...made high of three 3-point field goals in the Seminoles 16 overall win of the season...was also a perfect two of two from the free throw line in the win...three first half points on one made 3-point shot helped the Seminoles to a 31-19 halftime lead...totaled eight second half points as Florida State increased its lead to as many as 32 points in the second half...his first half 3-point shot gave the Seminoles a double digit lead at 26-14 and the Seminoles maintained a 10 point or more lead for most of the remainder of the game...was one of his two double figure scoring games (he also scored 11 points against Ohio State) he earned at home during his freshman season...a near team high 14 points as he helped jumpstart the Seminoles' offense in an 84-66 win in Winston-Salem (Feb. 19)...his 14 points ranked as his season high during his freshman season...a very necessary eight first half points as the Seminoles came out extremely sluggish against Wake Forest in its first game without standout forward Chris Singleton...the Seminoles trailed by as many as eight in the first half before getting their offense in gear and scoring 53 points in the second half to gain the 84-66 win in Winston-Salem (Feb. 19)...led the Seminoles in scoring in the first half with his eight points...his first of two 3-point shots drew the Seminoles to within four at 15-19 at the 6:16 mark of the first half...scored five points in the final 1:10 of the first half on a second 3-point shot with 1:10 remaining to pull Florida State to within two at 26-28 while two free throws with 22 seconds left in the half tied the game at 30-30...his game tying free throws allowed the Seminoles to come back from as many as an eight point first half deficit...the Seminoles trailed 31-33 after trading free throws at the end of the half...four points on two basket within 55 seconds of each other in the second half on a lay-up and a dunk enabled Florida State to increase its lead over the Deacons to as many as 11 with 11:24 remaining in the game...(In Three Games During The NCAA Tournament): Averaged 4.0 points and 2.7 rebounds in three games during the NCAA Tournament as Florida State advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1993 and for the fourth time in school history...averaged 17.0 minutes of playing time in each of the three games and totaled three assists and two steals as Florida State defeated No. 20 ranked and seventh seeded Texas A&M and No. 5 ranked a second seeded Notre Dame to advance to the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament for only the fourth time in school history...the Seminoles' victories over the No. 20 ranked Aggies and the No. 5 ranked Fighting Irish marked the first time in school history the Seminoles had defeated two ranked teams in the NCAA Tournament in the same season...(vs. Texas A&M): Scored seven points to go along with five rebounds, three assists and two steals in his season-high of 27 minutes of play on the biggest of national stages...Florida State defeated the Aggies, 57-50, at the United Center in Chicago, Ill. (March 18)...continued to be a catalyst for the Seminoles' offense late in the season and especially in the NCAA Tournament as he scored five of his seven points in the first half of Florida State's game against the Aggies...a 3-point shot elevated Florida State to a 10-2 lead at the 11:44 mark...after losing their early lead, Miller helped the Seminoles draw back to within two at 21-23 on a jumper with 2:20 remaining in the first half...the Seminoles trailed 23-26 at the intermission...two second half points on a lay-up at the 9:33 mark gave Florida State a 38-35 lead - a lead they built up to as many as 11 and never gave back to the Aggies of the Big 12...the win was Florida State's first NCAA Tournament win since the 1998 season...(vs. Notre Dame): Scored three points and pulled down two rebounds in the Seminoles' historic win over No. 5 ranked and second seeded Notre Dame...the Seminoles defeated the Fighting Irish, 71-57, at the United Center in Chicago (March 20) to advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time since the 1993 season...his three points came on a 3-point shot in the first half that gave Florida State an early and commanding 20-11 lead with 9:36 remaining before halftime...the Seminoles increased their lead to 34-23 at the intermission and craftfully poured it on the Irish for the remainder of the game...the Seminoles heartily defeated the Fighting Irish who had finished in second place league standings of the supposed best conference in the nation - the Big East...(vs. VCU): Totaled two points and one rebound in 11 minutes of playing time against VCU in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament...the Rams defeated the Seminoles, 72-71, in overtime to advance to the Elite Eight in a game played at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Tex. (March 25)...two second half points as Florida State worked to tie the game and send it into overtime...pulled Florida State to within six with a jumper at the 10:07 mark of the second half...his basket began a 16-8 game closing run that drew the Seminoles to within a tie at 65-65 at the end of regulation...the Rams outscored the Seminoles, 7-6, in the overtime period to win the game...(In Three Games During the Diamond Head Classic): Did not play in the Seminoles' three game series in the Diamond Head Classic...Florida State defeated Hawaii and No. 15 Baylor but fell to NCAA Tournament runner-up Butler in finishing in third place in the event...(vs. Florida): scored zero points in 12 minutes of playing time in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...the Gators hung on for a 55-51 win in Tallahassee (Nov. 28).

AT UNITED FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY: Graduated from United Faith Christian Academy in 2010...earned All-State First Team honors by the NCISAA following his spectacular senior season...averaged 22.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists in leading United Faith the 1-A State Championship as a senior...dominated the state championship game as he scored a game-high 29 points, pulled down four rebounds and was credited with two assists and two steals...United Faith defeated Davidson Day, 80-55, to win his second of two state championships during his prep career...scored 33 points in the North Carolina Independent Schools championship game victory over the Greenfield School of Wilson, N.C...named the MVP of the GlaxoSmithKline Invitational as he averaged 24.3 points per game in leading United Faith to the tournament championship during his senior season...averaged 22.0 points per game as a junior in 2009 in leading United Faith to its first of two consecutive 1-A state championships...scored a game high 23 points and hit a long range buzzer-beating jumper to win the state championship against Word of God Christian Academy and the No. 1 overall NBA Draft Choice in 2010 John Wall...spent his freshman and sophomore seasons at South Mecklenburg High School before transferring to United Faith for his junior and senior seasons...named to the Parade Magazine All-American Fourth Team as a high school senior...the No. 5 ranked shooting guard and the 37th best overall player in the nation according to ESPN.com...a four star recruit and No. 4 ranked guard in the nation by Scout.com...ranked as the 48th best overall player in the nation according to Scout.com...the 17th best guard and the 70th best overall player nationally as mentioned by Rivals.com...named the co-Most Valuable Player of the Florida vs. USA Hardwood Classic in April before his first season at Florida State as he scored a game-high 27 points in leading Team USA to the 139-111 victory in the game played at Orlando Arena in Orlando, Fla, the former home of the Orlando Magic...scored 12 points and was credited with four assists in the famed Capital Classic in April of 2010...the Capital All-Stars defeated the USA All-Stars, 117-108, as Miller was one of five USA All-Stars to score in double figures...the Mecklenburg County Player of the Year as a senior as named by the Charlotte Observer.

PERSONAL: Born September 28, 1991...Ian is the son of Cheryl and Julian Miller...selected Florida State over Florida, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Miami and North Carolina...major is social sciences.

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