CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson Tigers women’s basketball team and head coach Amanda Butler are thrilled to be announcing two Tigers to the 2024 signing class. Imari Berry and Morgan Miller have all put the pen to paper to join the Tigers for the 2024-25 season.
Berry, a Clarksville, Tennessee native, is a five-star recruit and was ranked the 11th best player in the nation according to Collegiate Girls Basketball Report. Berry is the top-rated recruit from the state of Tennessee. She is also the highest-rated recruit in Clemson women’s basketball history. Berry, a 5-foot-10 wing player had more than 30 offers from all around the country, including offers from Louisville, Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee, UConn, and Vanderbilt.
During Berry’s junior season at Clarksville High School, she was named Tennessee’s basketball player of the year after averaging 26.1 points, seven rebounds, three assists, and four steals per game. She also scored 836 points which set a new school record for most points in a single season. Berry can score at all three levels and shot over 40% from outside en route to leading her school to a 27-5 record.
With a knack for hitting shots off the bounce and having incredible court vision, the do-it-all wing player who first started receiving offers when she was in middle school has proven that she’s one of the best overall players in the entire country.
The Tigers were looking to fortify their presence in the paint, and are signing Miller, a 6-foot-2 product out of Andover, Minnesota, to help fill that role. Miller is known for her energy, passion, and her ability to score in the low block. She can also stretch the floor and shoot from the outside.
Miller averaged over 12 points per game in 28 appearances for Andover High School last season and scored a season high of 25 points.