Max Miller

Madison-Grant High School

MAX MILLER Max graduated from Madison-Grant High School in 1998 and from Purdue University in 2003. Max had an outstanding career as a high school athlete at Madison-Grant, where he participated in Football and Basketball. In Football, for the Argylls, Max was an Offensive and Defensive Lineman. During the years that Max was a member of the football team, the Argylls accumulated 33 wins, while suffering only 7 losses. Max’s stellar performance and athleticism attracted tremendous interest from college programs, and Max was granted a scholarship to play Offensive Line at Purdue University, under Head Coach Joe Tiller. Max was a part of several bowl appearances by the Boilermakers, including the 1998 Alamo Bowl, the 2000 Outback Bowl, the 2001 Sun Bowl and the Grand Daddy of the them all the 2001 Rose Bowl. In Basketball, for the Argylls, Max was a post player. During the years that Max was part of the Varsity Basketball team, Madison-Grant accumulated 56 wins and suffered only 28 losses. The Argylls won the 1995 Sectional Title and participated in the 1996-1997 Indiana High School Hall of Fame Tournament in New Castle. Max was named All CIC during the 1996-1997 and 1997-1998 seasons. He was part of (2) Grant 4 Championships and he is the fourth all-time scorer in Madison-Grant Basketball history, with 1092 points. He is first in total rebounds, with 684, and 6th in Field Goal Percentage with 61.1. Max also lettered in track and baseball at Madison Grant. Max graduated from Purdue University with an Education Degree and went on to teach elementary school at Western United School Corporation and Marion Community Schools, where he coached football and baseball. He later received his Master Degree from Ball State University and has worked for football teams at Purdue University and Syracuse University.  Max currently serves as the Director of Basketball Academics at IUPUI in Indianapolis. Max has been a Cub Scout Den Leader since 2016, and has been involved with Big Brothers / Big Sisters for 5 years. He currently resides in the Brownsburg, Indiana area, with his wife Jill who he married in 2007 and their 3 boys, Riley, Jax and Sully.