Hailing from Queensland, Brad Miller was drafted into the AFL in 2001, playing 133 games for Melbourne between 2002 and 2010 and then a further 24 games at Richmond in the 2011-12 seasons.
Miller was Melbourne’s leading goal kicker in 2008, although he spent time as both a forward and a defender over his long career. Renowned as a tough competitor, Miller worked hard to get the most out of his 11-year career at the elite level.
Miller’s father was a coaching legend in Queensland and spent many years working with young players, many of whom went on to have successful careers in the AFL. It was no surprise when Miller took up a role as a Development Coach at Melbourne in 2013.
Miller's move to Sydney sees him assume the role of the GIANTS' NEAFL Coach on game day. He is a valuable asset, working with the GIANTS' list of developing key position players at both AFL and NEAFL level.