2018 Forward Miller Kopp Cuts List to Six Schools

Miller Kopp Cuts

Miller Kopp, the 6-foot-6 small forward from Houston Christian (TX) High School, told D1VISION on Friday that he has cut his list of schools down to six. His final six includes Michigan, Texas A&M, Butler, Northwestern, Vanderbilt, and Georgetown. He broke down each school for D1Vision:

Michigan: “They have big time basketball and great history in the program. Having guys like Nik Stauskas come out of their program and have success in the NBA is good to see.”

Texas A&M: “They’re an hour and a half drive from my house so I’ve been on campus a lot and the coaches are good guys. They’ve got a good plan for me.”

Butler: “Their new staff is recruiting me hard. There’s a lot of opportunity with me potentially coming in. I love the basketball history.”

Northwestern: “Coach [Chris] Collins is definitely a coach who has a vision for me and we’ve developed a great relationship throughout the spring and summer. He didn’t miss any of my games all summer.”

Vanderbilt: “Coach [Bryce] Drew is a good coach and I think when he puts his system in place at Vandy they’re gonna go to a whole new level.”

Georgetown: “They have a new staff and a great basketball history in the program. It’s exciting.”

Kopp is unsure whether he wants to take all of his officials but says he will probably commit in November. “I’m looking for a place that fits me well both on the court and in the classroom,” said Kopp. “Somewhere I just feel comfortable.”

2018 guard Quentin Grimes, who recently cut his list to seven, also has Texas A&M included in his final list of schools.

Playing with the Houston Defenders on the UAA Circuit, Kopp averaged 20.2 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 1.6 steals per game in 15 games. Kopp’s teammate with the Houston Defenders, Morris Udeze spoke with D1VISION earlier this year for a Q&A.

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