Next season's Ohio State women's basketball continues to take shape as the Buckeyes add one more player, Adreana Miller, a graduate transfer from LaSalle.
After graduating in 3 years from LaSalle I will pursue my Masters Degree and Ball Out at THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY #AdreanaMiller #Buckeyes #teammillertakeover #Buddha #myfutureisbright pic.twitter.com/UjwkkZUlBP— Lance Miller (@EliteTeamMiller) May 22, 2018
As a graduate transfer, Miller will be eligible to play immediately. Last season at LaSalle, Miller was the team's second leading scorer, averaging 13.6 points, per game. She also pulled down 3.4 rebounds and dished out 1.2 assists per game.
Miller will help the Buckeyes fill a roster in need of reinforcements after Ohio State lost five scholarship players to graduation, three of which are currently on WNBA rosters.
She becomes the sixth member of the Buckeyes' 2018 class, joining fellow transfers Najah Queenland from Pacific and Carly Santoro from Bowling Green, as well as three incoming first-year players: four-star freshman guard Jannai Crooms, three-star freshman forward Aaliyah Patty, and four-star international forward Dorka Juhasz.