From The Athletic (paywall). His blurb:
Miller led the Aggies in scoring (16.2) and rebounding (8.2) and finished first in the SEC in field-goal percentage (57.1). He had six double-doubles in 17 games, and his five games with at least 20 points and 10 rebounds were the most by a Texas A&M player since 1995. Although he didn’t make a 3 this season, he is an efficient scorer around the rim and from midrange, and he shot better than 81 percent from the free-throw line. He also showed the ability to draw contact, as he averaged more than five free-throw attempts per game. Miller is a bit undersized as a power forward but can guard threes and fours. The Canadian became the go-to option on a bad Aggies team, and it remains to be seen if he can do the same for a winning club. But anyone who puts up those kind of numbers in the SEC is an intriguing prospect.
Marvin Johnson is #29.
All three of the guys we’ve already landed were on this list before we got them. Once they commit, they come off the list.