2018 wing Seth Millner had a productive weekend for EYBL Session 4. Hit the jump for fresh highlights on the Spring stock booster from Memorial Day weekend in Los Angeles.

Seth was outstanding against Houston Hoops on both ends of the court. Offensively, he scored at all 3 levels on his way to double digit points. He displayed a nice looking stroke, knocking down multiple triples off catch and shoot action. Millner is better off the bounce than given credt for as well. He’s a fluid ballhandler in transition and showed the ability to create his own shot from the wing in isolation sets. On the defensive end of the court, Seth is one of the more versatile defenders we viewed this Spring during EYBL play. He defended the 2, 3 and 4 spots all weekend and was adequate at each spot. His combination of length and size allowed him to pressure ballhandlers on the wing effectively, as it is difficult to see over the top when Seth is checking. Millner showed really good instincts jumping passing lanes for steals on numerous occasions in the half-court as well. In the post he’s a bit undersized, but has a very strong frame that allows him to gain leverage along with a good motor and multiple jumps on the glass. We really like Seth as a three and D wing at the next level with a ton of physical tools and some creating ability. See below for highlights.