At the United States of Hockey, Chris Peters looks at JT Miller and says that there are high expectations for him with Team USA and the World Juniors this year.
He adds that Miller needs to be a leader in the camp and that “His WJC experience and skill-set are needed if the U.S. has plans on competing for a medal in Ufa.”
Brock at OHL Prospects writes of Miller “He’s definitely a hard worker who battles for every inch of ice. He’s also more physical than I thought he’d be. He’s certainly not afraid to rub out a guy in the corner to get a loose puck. But best of all, he knows what to do with the puck. His playmaking skill and vision are definitely assets, as I saw him make a lot of intelligent plays after winning battles in the corners or behind the net. He’s also a committed two way player who works just as hard away from the puck in his own end”
He thinks that if Miller returns to the OHL, he could play in the AHL this season, he would expect him to get up to around 75 points.