We just found out this week about Harry Miller’s Ohio State Signing, what does it mean for the Buckeyes?
Four star Offensive Lineman Harry Miller made his Ohio State commitment creating new excitement for the OSU 2019 class. With the addition of Miller, Ohio State has added some solid depth to their squad for the class of 2019.
Class of 2019 in April
Following a successful month in April, where the Buckeyes landed commitments from Noah Potter, Ronnie Hickman, Steele Chambers, Garrett Wilson, Bryson Shaw and Cade Stover, the team cooled off a little in May. They did not add any commitments, while they reevaluated their options and requirements. It seems like they are ready to act once more however, because recently the team announced another commitment - with Harry Miller from Buford, Georgia making his pledge.
Class of 2019 Offensive Linemen
Harry Miller is recruit number ten of Ohio State's class of 2019, and the team's third offensive lineman. He joins Doug Nester from Huntington, West Virginia and Ryan Jacoby from Ohio. In contrast to the other linemen, Miller is essentially an interior player, so he will probably spend time at Columbus in either the center or guard positions. Services report that Miller is ranked number thirty-six nationally, and is regarded as the number two center in his class nationally. He's the number eight ranked player from Georgia this term.
At 310 pounds and six foot four inches in height, Miller has an excellent physique for his position. After he receives some training from strength coach Mickey Marotti, he will be a formidable presence for the Buckeyes for many years to come. He possesses fantastic strength and technique for a young lineman, so Ohio State is more than happy to welcome him.
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Invited to the 2023 State of the Union
Harry Miller is being invited to the 2023 State of the Union because of his hard work and dedication. He is being recognized for his accomplishments both on and off the field, including his academic achievements, leadership, and community service. He is a great example of how hard work and dedication can lead to success.
Miller retired from football last year after starting at the center position so he could work on his mental health. He is being invited to the State of the Union by the first lady, Dr Jill Biden.