Miller is a product of Wheelersburg High School in Wheelersburg, Ohio, and will become the third player from Southern Ohio to become a Catamount, joining South Webster products and WCU freshmen Nick Aldridge and Brigham Waginger. Miller led Wheelersburg to a 23-3 record and the 2006 Ohio Division III Final Four, falling to Cleveland's Villa Angela-St. Joseph despite scoring 19 points in the contest.
For the season, he averaged 17.5 points and 7.6 rebounds, while shooting 56.9 percent from the field and 39.2 percent from 3-point range. Miller was named third team All-Ohio, first team All-District 13 and first team All-Southeast District. He is currently rated on PrepSpotlight.com as the fifth-best power forward and the 18th-best prospect in Ohio. He is coached at Wheelersburg HS by Tom Barrick.
"Camden is a very talented big man that is very comfortable playing away from the basket," Hunter said. "He knows how to score a lot of different ways from all over the court. We needed a player with his length and athleticism. I believe he will continue to grow and he will certainly add some upper body strength."