Mountaineers can see for Miles

Bob Huggins and the West Virginia basketball program opened up the week with commitments on Monday and Tuesday. So, it was only fitting that they pick up another one on Wednesday as Keaton Miles picked the Mountaineers.
A 6-foot-6 senior at Dallas (Texas) Lincoln, the versatile forward announced his decision during a press conference at his school.
A fine athlete who can defend on the wing and slash in transition, he's also a clever scorer in the paint and can be used as a small four in some sets.
"He's a hybrid small forward with off the charts athleticism," said Glenn Smith of Metroplexhoops. "I think he has the potential to be a lockdown defender in the Big East."
Miles, a three-star prospct who traveled during the summers with Tony Johnson's powerful Dallas Mustangs, joins four-stars Ryan Boatright and Tommie McCune, three-stars Jabarie Hinds and Aaron Brown] and under the radar big man Pat Forsythe.