Quincy Miles has quietly put together a solid high school basketball career at Wayne, playing behind some of the best players to come through the General program in the modern era and perhaps ever. As the team looks towards a refocus this year under a new head coach, Miles is a senior who should be on everyone’s radar.
Miles averaged 4.2 points and 2.4 rebounds per game last season, looked at as a role player but one that filled a variety of roles and didn’t get pinned down to one specialty. His 10 points at Snider in game two of the season – while one of just three double digit games – immediately pinpointed him as a guy that was capable of being a versatile offensive talent.
As Wayne builds around some newer and younger players, Miles is in place to be a pace setting guard. His ball handling skills are underrated and he has the ability to battle up court through varying pressures; not many SAC guards can do that. Miles is all hustle and that carries over on both ends of the court.
“Quincy is a quiet person naturally, but I fully expect for him to make a loud impact this season,” says new Wayne coach Byron Pickens. “Do not let his last year numbers fool you, I believe that Quincy is one of the most skilled seniors in the SAC this year. He leads by example daily and never takes the easy way out.”