Mercy Miller, a 4-star guard prospect and the son of rap mogul Master P, achieved a remarkable feat on Monday night by setting an all-time school record. He scored an impressive 68 points in Notre Dame High School’s triumph over Oakwood.
Miller demonstrated remarkable accuracy, making 28 of his 38 field-goal attempts, contributing significantly to Notre Dame’s commanding 104-44 victory. The star guard has propelled Notre Dame to an undefeated 7-0 start in the 2023-24 regular season.
Ranked as the No. 90 overall prospect and the 19th-ranked shooting guard in the 2024 class, according to 247Sports’ composite rankings, Miller committed to Houston in 2021, choosing the program over strong interest from Duke.
Reflecting on his decision, Miller shared, “It was between Houston and Duke for me when I was growing up. When I went to Houston, I really fell in love with it. When they offered me, Coach Kelvin Sampson—he’s a great guy, and the connection was there, so I just felt might as well just wrap it up and get this over with,” as reported by TMZ Sports. Miller is part of Houston’s 2024 recruiting class alongside 4-star forward Chase McCarty.
While the Miller family is widely recognized for their influence in the rap industry, they have also left their mark on the basketball court. Master P notably played on the training camp roster for the Charlotte Hornets and Toronto Raptors in the 1990s, and his eldest son, Romeo, played basketball at USC in the late 2000s.