|Hometown:||Ponte Vedra, Fla.|
|High School:||Ponte Vedra|
2017 (Stats): Elected team captain.
2016 (Stats): Elected to the team’s leadership council ... Played in all 57 games, starting 56 ... Versatile infielder starting 40 games at second base, 15 games at third base and one at shortstop ... Posted a .232 (45-for-194) batting average with seven doubles, 10 RBI and 20 runs scored ... Drew 16 walks and was hit by a pitch twice ... Second on the team with 10 stolen bases ... Successful in 10 of 11 stolen base attempts ... Led the team and ranked tied for eighth in the ACC with 10 sacrifice bunts ... Committed eight errors in 223 chances (.964).
2015 (Stats): Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Played in 46 games with 37 starts … Started 27 games at third base and 10 at shortstop … Batted .266 (34-for-128) with two doubles and 10 RBI … Stole five bases, drew 20 walks and was hit by a pitch three times … Registered a .281 slugging percentage and .370 on-base percentage … Committed five errors in 135 fielding chances (.963) … Made his collegiate debut Feb. 15 at California, playing two innings at shortstop … Registered his first career hit March 10 against Yale … Totaled seven multiple hit games … Played for the Forrest City Owls of the Coastal Plain League over the summer.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Ponte Vedra High School in Ponte Vedra, Fla. … Led the Sharks to the 2013 Class 5A State Championship as a junior before guiding the team to the regional semifinals in 2014 … Tabbed district player of the year as a senior … FACA All-State selection … First team all-county and second team all-district pick … Hit .450 with three home runs and 20 stolen bases senior year … Earned Perfect Game Florida All Region Honorable Mention accolades … Named 2013 Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention … Member of the National Honor Society … AP Scholar.
Personal: Born John Maxfield Miller on July 15, 1996 in Chapel Hill, N.C. … The son of Sean and Lucy Miller … Has two younger sisters (Abby and Molly) and a younger brother (Jackson) … Uncle Jeremiah Washburn was an offensive lineman on the Arkansas football team and is currently an offensive line coach with the Detroit Lions ... Majoring in economics with a concentration in financial economics.