After three years of basketball at Glenelg Country School, Isaiah Miles transferred for his senior year to Milford Mill in Baltimore County.
Then as a college player at Division I Saint Joseph's, where he saw little action as a freshman and sophomore, Miles' father, Eric, again brought up the notion of a possible transfer, which Miles shot down.
"He was adamant" about staying, said his mother, Tammi, of Owings Mills.
"I looked at [transferring] as quitting. I didn't want to do that," Miles said after playing in front of his parents Jan. 13 at George Mason.
Miles stayed the course in Philadelphia and now as a senior is one of the top players in...