UH men's basketball team gets commitment from high-scoring point guard
By Dayton Morinaga
Advertiser Staff Writer
Add a point guard to the ever-growing recruiting class of the University of Hawaii men's basketball team.
Bobby Miles, a high-scoring point guard at Workman High School in City of Industry, Calif., said Monday night that he is committed to playing for the Rainbow Warriors next season.
"I had a great trip over there (last weekend) and came home and talked it over with my parents and they said it sounded like a great fit," Miles said. "Everything about Hawaii just felt right."
Miles, who is 6 feet 1 and 190 pounds, averaged around 28 points, 14 rebounds and 5 assists as a senior this past season at Workman High.
He said he planned to sign a national letter of intent on Tuesday.
Once the letter is signed, Miles will be the sixth new recruit to sign with the 'Bows for next season.
Gib Arnold was named the new Hawaii head coach in March, and five of the recruits — including Miles — have committed since then.