Miller also says he's ready to coach and only sees himself at an HBCU.
These players weren't five star recruits, but they will go down as HBCU Hoops Legends.
The former Hampton star and MEAC intern is headed to the LA Rams.
Three Lady Pirates pick up all conference awards
Many people said Hampton and Jermaine Marrow weren't a good match. Four years later, he's one of the top scorers in history.
Hampton will face tournament host and no. 1 seed Radford on Friday night.
Hampton (18-10, 14-5) remains tied for second with Radford heading into Saturday’s regular-season finale with the Highlanders
Marrow and Stanley finish second and third in Player of the Year voting.
Lady Pirates go 5-1 on the weekend, now 12-3 overall
Jermaine Marrow breaks the Division-I all time scoring record in Virginia
Ashley Bates wins the women's award in the conference.