Codi Miller-McIntyre

Wake Forest Demon Deacons #0 - Guard

  • Born: 06/01/94
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 205
  • Seasons: SR

On To The Next One: #4 Golden Eagles 76, #13 Team CP3 67

The Marquette alumni got a little pushed at the end, but ultimately won their first TBT game of the year easily.

Five Wake Forest Alumni are Participating in The Basketball Tournament in Columbus, Ohio


LD Williams, Codi Miller-McIntyre, CJ Harris, David Weaver, and Aaron Rountree III are all playing

Breaking Down The Erie BayHawks Expansion Draft Picks And Likelihood Of Them Being In The G League Next Year


Dakota Schmidt breaks down the players that the Erie BayHawks selected in their expansion draft and the likelihood that they’ll be with the team in 2019-20.

Three Former Wake Forest Basketball Players are Participating in NBA Summer League


Codi Miller-McIntyre, Doral Moore, and Jaylen Hoard are all getting their chance to shine

Best Deacons to Wear Each Jersey Number from 0 to 55


Retired numbers are easy, others not so much

Danny Manning vs. Jeff Bzdelik: A Deeper Look into the Two Coaches’ Time at Wake Forest


What do the stats say about how they compare?

Codi Miller-McIntyre Signs Deal with the Dallas Mavericks


Terms haven’t been disclosed, but Miller-McIntyre will be invited to training camp

Mavericks sign guard Codi Miller-McIntyre


After appearing in Summer League for the Raptors, the former Demon Deacon will join the Mavericks’ training camp roster.

Wake Forest Alumni NBA Summer League Recap


A look at how the Deacs in summer league performed

Four Former Wake Forest Basketball Players Participating in NBA Summer League


John Collins, Doral Moore, Bryant Crawford, and Codi Miller-McIntyre are all on rosters

Deacons in the NBA and Overseas


An update on how our former basketball Deacs are doing in their professional careers

Senior SG Mitchell Wilbekin Quietly Putting Together a Solid Career at Wake Forest


While not discussed a lot, Mitchell Wilbekin has been a stalwart for the Deacs during his four years in Winston-Salem