Spanish forward Baba Miller committed to Florida State over Gonzaga on Monday.
“It has been a very hard decision to make but I am really excited for this next step in my career, and I’m willing to give it my all at FSU! Go Noles!!” the 6-foot-11, 205-pound small forward posted on social media.
Miller, considered one of the top international prospects in the Class of 2022, visited Florida State and Gonzaga last week with his father. He is expected to join the Seminoles in August.
Miller, 18, began playing in the Real Madrid organization at age 12. He has also represented Spain internationally at the Under-18 FIBA European Challengers in 2021.
–Field Level Media
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