I have heard that the Griz have extended an offer to Bobby Miles-Serrano of Workman high school in southern California. Bobby Miles-Serrano (also sometimes referred to as simply Bobby Miles) is a 6-1 combo guard who is projected to play point in college, but has played all three perimeter positions in high school.
For his junior year he averaged 16 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and 4 steals a game. As a sophomore he averaged over 20 points a game but his averaged dropped when junior to and high major point guard prospect Cezar Guerrero transferred Workman high school last season. Guerrero averaged over 20 points a game for Workman and manned the point guard spot. Guerrero is said to be transferring back to his former school this year so it should be interesting to see how this affect Workman and Miles-Serrano next year.
Here are some evaluations on Miles-Serrano
From California Preps this past winter.
Good sized guard with a strong frame who plays under control. Handles it well and is a good decision-maker.
From Greg Hicks of Scout.com this past May.
Bobby Miles, 6-0 PG City of Industry (Calif.) Workman. Our first look at Miles and he was impressive. Good feel, competes well, nice skill level. Want to watch him some more, but he’s a D1 prospect at some level.
From ESPN who gave him a rating of 78
May, 2009: Miles has a solid frame with decent length and above-average athleticism for the point guard position. He has very good quickness and speed to get by defenders. In addition, he possesses the necessary strength to finish off the dribble. At this stage he is more of a combo-guard rather than a true point. He has a tendency to over penetrate instead of allowing the game to come him. However, in the half-court set he exhibits the kind of skill and savvy to be a point guard someday. He knows how to get his teammates involved in the offense and he rarely hunts for his own shot. He gets nice lift on his pull-up, but he needs to get more consistent with his shot. Miles has a ways to go before he can play the point guard slot at the Division I level, but he does have the necessary size, athleticism, and feel to garner interest heading into his senior season.
I hear that both the Grizzlies and Air Force has also offered him, and Santa Clara, USC and Eastern Washington are interested.