Miles was at the center of an alleged massive recruiting violation scandal, as reported by Yahoo! Sports in late March. Miles was always deemed to be one of the most talented wing players in his high school class, but has struggled to land on solid ground after attending five high schools in four years and being expelled from UConn before his first college season even started. He opted to enter the draft this spring, and unsurprisingly went undrafted, also being unable to land any attractive offers from Europe this summer. If signing a non-guaranteed contract for $13,000 wont wake you up and realize that the time is now, then nothing will.
The D-League is probably the perfect place for a player like Miles, and it will be interesting to see how well hes able to adapt his game to the professional setting. He has just a year of experience at the college of Southern Idaho underneath his belt, so there could surely be a transition period.