Harry Miller, a 4-star offensive line prospect from Georgia just committed to play his college football at Ohio State.
Due to unforeseen circumstances our mission team is currently unable to travel to Nicaragua. I was planning on making this announcement with the kids from our school, but I am excited to announce I have committed to THE Ohio State University.#GoBucks#PrayForNica @Mission4Nica pic.twitter.com/CyZfRCaRGD
— Harry Miller (@harrymiller76) June 10, 2018
Miller ranks as the No. 2 center in the class of 2019, and the 36th-best player overall in the 247 Composite. He is just two spots away from earning a 5-star ranking.
With his size and makeup, it’s not hard to see why.
Miller stands 6-foot-4 and is listed at 310 pounds, and he carries a 4.0 GPA at Buford High School.
He will play in the Under Armour All-America game in January.
He plays several different spots on the line for his high school team including left tackle, but projects as a center at the college level.
He is the second player at that position to commit to the Buckeyes in as many years, following OSU freshman Matthew Jones.
Miller’s highlight reel shows him using his size and quickness to overwhelm smaller opponents. Buford plays in the 5A division, the third-biggest in Georgia high school football.
Miller visited Ohio State for the Oklahoma game in 2017, and was widely considered an Ohio State lean for several months.
He came back for an official visit for the 2018 Spring Game.
He chose the Buckeyes over a number of high-profile schools including Stanford, Notre Dame, Clemson, and his home state Georgia Bulldogs.
Miller and fellow 2019 4-star commit Steele Chambers reopen what had been a very impressive Buckeye pipeline into the Peach State.
Urban Meyer has landed a number of high-profile recruits from Georgia, including LB Raekwon McMillan and SAF Vonn Bell, but had not signed a player from the state since Joshua Norwood in 2015.
You can watch Miller’s junior season highlights below.