Back in the summer of 2007 K.C. Ross-Miller committed to play in the SEC. That commitment fell apart, but now Ross-Miller is once again committed to play in the SEC.
It won't be for Kentucky, who Ross-Miller committed to under Billy Gillispie the summer after his freshman year. Instead the 6-foot, 170-pound point guard from Dallas God's Academy will play for LSU.
"Basically I chose LSU because I like Coach Johnson so much," said Ross-Miller. "There is a great opportunity for me there. I have a chance to start as a freshman, and not just be a system point guard but be one who creates offense for the team."
Ross-Miller has been creating plenty of offense this year for God's Academy. On the season, he is averaging 27 points and nine assists per game.
He joins a LSU recruiting class that is currently nationally ranked and includes four-star prospects Matt Derenbecker and Andre Stringer and three-star prospects Ralston Turner and Jalen Courtney.
Ross-Miller, the No. 148 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, chose LSU over Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Nevada.