Career Best: 400 - 45.57 / 46.47 i2010 (JUNIOR): Placed fourth at Big12 Indoor in 400 (46.81) and ran in the prelims of the NCAA Indoor Championships (47.17) ... Finished eighth in 400 at Big 12 Championships (48.41) and advanced to semifinals of NCAA Championships ... During NCAA West region in Austin recorded times of 46.47 and 46.09, then ran 47.23 to place sixth in semifinal at Eugene ... Posted a season best of 45.96 for fifth place at Texas Invitational ... Placed third at Arizona State Invitational (46.49) ... Indoors ran a best of 46.47 as runner-up in Texas A&M Challenge II ... Runner-up at Texas dual in 46.90 ... Finished fourth (46.99) at Texas A&M Challenge ... Placed seventh (47.12) at New Balance Collegiate ... Also ran 200 indoors, placing third at Texas A&M Invitational in 21.35.
RELAYS: Second leg of 4 x 400 relay that won NCAA Championship in a school record of 3:00.89 ... Second leg of 4 x 400 relay that claimed NCAA Indoor gold in a school record of 3:04.40 ... Part of four other indoor relay victories - Texas dual (3:05.92), Texas A&M Challenge (3:04.86), New Balance Collegiate (3:07.92) and Big 12 Indoor (3:04.99) ... Also part of eight victories during outdoor season - Carolina Spring Break (3:07.44), Arizona State (3:06.15 meet record), Texas Relays (3:01.55), Oregon Pepsi Team Invitational (3:05.68 meet record), Big 12 (3:04.45), NCAA West prelim (3:01.89) and NCAA semifinal (3:06.00) ... Only loss occurred during Penn Relays (3:05.04) when a dropped baton on final exchange left them trailing Mississippi State by 0.12 of a second ... Win at Texas Relays was first victory by A&M in 4 x 400 for 30 years ... Snapped a run of 12 consecutive conference wins by Baylor in claiming the Big 12 title ... Ran third leg of 4 x 100 relay in place of injured Demetrius Pinder during silver medal performance at Big 12 Championships (39.59) ... Also part of sprint relay during NCAA West region preliminary (39.05) and NCAA semifinal (39.05) ... Ran first leg of sprint medley relay which placed second at Texas Relays (3:16.42) and fifth at Penn Relays (3:21.37).
2009 (SOPHOMORE): Earned All-America honors in 400 with an eighth-place finish (45.91) at NCAA Championships ... Supplied key second leg of 4 x 400 relay that finished second in a school record 3:00.91 and secured eight points to win NCAA team title by two points over three teams tied for second ... Established a career best time of 45.57 to place third in 400 at Midwest Region meet in Norman, Oklahoma ... Set a then personal best of 45.69 in the prelims of the region meet ... Finished third at Big 12 Championships with a 45.95 ... Also placed third at Arizona State, LSU Alumni and Texas Invitational ... Ran second leg on 4 x 400 relays which won the USC, Arizona State, LSU Alumni and was the top collegiate squad at UCLA ... Member of relays that finished second at Big 12 as well as third at Penn Relays and Midwest Region ... Lead-off leg of 4 x 200 relay that set a school record of 1:20.32 in winning the Penn Relays ... Posted an indoor best in 400 of 47.61 to place eighth at Texas A&M Invitational ... Placed seventh (48.25) at New Balance Collegiate Invitational and ran in prelims of Big 12 Indoor ... At NCAA Indoor, ran on 4 x 400 unit that placed fifth (3:08.46) ... Relay team set a season indoor best of 3:07.26 in Ames during Cyclone last chance meet ... Member of 4 x 400 which finished third at Big 12 Indoor.
2008 (FRESHMAN): Recorded second fastest time on team when he set a personal best of 45.85 for fourth place at Big 12 Championships ... Finished third in 400 (46.32) at US Juniors ... Ran second leg (46.7) of United States team that won gold in 4 x 400 (3:03.86) at World Juniors in Poland ... Split 46.1 as first leg of NCAA runner-up 4 x 400 relay, which clocked a season best mark of 3:01.78 ... Also handled opening leg of 4x4 when they won Houston Invitational and placed second at Big 12 (3:04.58) and Midwest Region (3:03.42) ... Ran third leg of 4x4 during fourth place finish at Texas Relays (3:04.55) ... Anchored 4x4 to victories at Texas and UCLA Invitationals along with runner-up at LSU Alumni Gold ... Placed seventh in 400 at Midwest Region ... Finished third at FSU Relays and was fourth best collegian at UCLA and LSU.
HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Episcopal High School in Houston ... Lettered four years ... Coached by Dick Phillips ... Named team MVP in 2006 and 2007 ... Claimed two titles at 2007 Southwest Preparatory Conference Championships, winning 100 title in 10.75 (10.70 prelim) and defended 400 crown in a meet record time of 48.32 ... Recorded the fastest qualifying time in the 200 (22.12) at the SPC meet, but didn't run the final ... Also part of runner-up 4 x 100 relay ... Competed in summer track with Track Houston, placed fifth in Young Men 200 (21.35) at USATF Junior Olympics ... Ran 47.92 in prelims of 400, but didn't run final ... Anchored third-place 4 x 400 (3:09.79) by Track Houston at USATF JOs ... Double champion at 2006 SPC Championships, winning 200 in 22.59 and 400 in 49.28 ... Ran third leg of fifth-place 4 x 100 and first leg of fourth-place 4 x 400 ... Recorded a personal best 1:55.25 during prelims of USATF Junior Olympics ... Ran third leg of Track Houston 4 x 400 (3:10.29) that placed third in final, anchored eighth-place 4 x 800 squad (7:58.41) ... In 2005, placed second in 400 at SPC Championships with time of 51.07 ... Also part of runner-up 4 x 400 relay and fourth place 4 x 800 squad at SPC meet ... During summer action with Track Houston, placed fourth in 800 Intermediate division of USATF Junior Olympics with 1:55.83 ... Won 2004 SPC 400 title in 50.93 ... Ran second leg on runner-up 4 x 400 relay team and anchored fourth-place 4 x 800 relay squad at SPC Championships.
PERSONAL: Bryan Miller II is the son of Bryan and Andrea Miller ... Born May 31, 1989 in Houston, Texas ... Has a younger sister, Angela ... Majoring in Sports Management.