The East Palestine, Ohio, native started his junior career with the United States National Development Team Program in 2009.
The program, based in Ann Arbor, Mich., has bred some big-name players in the past, such as Phil Kessel and Patrick Kane, and Miller could be next.
In two seasons with the USNDTP, Miller scored eight goals and had 19 points.
After the USNDTP, Miller flirted with attending the University of North Dakota, but changed his mind and headed to the Plymouth Whalers of the OHL.
In one season in the OHL, Miller was great, scoring 25 goals and racking up 37 assists. It was 62 points in just 61 games.
Miller continued his great 2011 with a stellar performance in World U18 Championships in Germany. Miller scored four goals and had nine assists in 13 games to help lead the Americans to the gold.
The 6'1", 200-pound center topped off his junior career with a stellar performance in the 2013 World Junior Championships in Russia. Miller was one of the leading players on an American team that won gold, scoring two goals and adding seven assists.