My name is Bryan Miles and I am looking to pursue my lifelong dream of a career in the sport of Basketball.
I played basketball competitively from a youing age in AAU, then through high school and finished my career in college. I have since continued to follow and study the game. I coached 13 year old AAU for 2 seasons.
I am in tune with what college athletes should expect, what they can be exposed to and what it will take to succeed at the collegiate level. I am eager to share my knowledge of the game and how it can be used to teach life lessons.
played basketball for 1 season. Finished my Bachelors degree in Business Admin.
played basketball and studied for my Bachelors in Business for 1 year
played basketball and studied for an Associates degree for 1 year
played basketball and studied for my associates degree for 1 year.
Worked closely with senior management and marketing executives to target and qualify leads, build new business, generate sales activity and cultivate existing customer relationships. Responsible for expanding the company's regional and national territory while fostering sound business relationships and developing new growth opportunities within the existing customer base.
After being pre-season player of year in Louisville, KY's 6th region, I had a foot injury my senior season of high school. Following high school, I recieved many college scholarship offers, mostly from NAIA or DII schools. I decided to go to junior college with ambitions of playing 2 years and then going DI. The coach who brought me in, Everick Sullivan was the assistant at Wabash. After 1 season, Coach Sullivan took the HC job at Lincoln Trail CC. I decided to go with him. After a very successful season at Lincoln Trail CC, where we won one of the toughest JC conferences in the nation and quliafied for the 2005 JC Nationals, I decided to take a preferred walk-on role at Jacksonville State is Alabama. There, I did not have a good experience off the court so I decided to take a scholarship at Taylor University in Upland, IN under the HOF coach, Paul Patterson. After one season I made the decision to return home to Louisville, KY and finish my career at Spalding University. Also at Spalding, I recieved my Bachelors in Business Administration.