3 things to know about Ohio State offensive lineman Harry Miller

Joe Harrington
Buckeye Xtra

Three things to know about Ohio State junior offensive lineman Harry Miller. 

► While some college athletes have used the name, image and likeness ruling for personal gain, Miller has used it to benefit others. Miller started an online store selling t-shirts, sweatshirts and baseball caps and proceeds from the sales will be donated to Mission for Nicaragua.

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► Miller missed the Allstate Sugar Bowl against Clemson after what was reported to be a positive COVID-19 test. Ohio State didn't confirm the positive test, but Miller's mother, Kristina, posted the news on Facebook. 

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► Miller played in 13 of the 14 Ohio State games in 2019 and recorded 181 snaps, third-most for all Ohio State freshmen that season.

Miller started the first four games of the season for Ohio State at left guard before shifting to his natural position, center, for the Michigan State game when starting center Josh Meyers was ruled out. The Ohio State offense broke out against the Spartans, winning 52-12 and rushing for 322 yards while it piled on 521 total yards. 

Miller, a mechanical engineering major according to the Ohio State Athletics website, was the No. 2-rated center in the 2019 recruiting class and a five-star prospect according to several recruiting sites. The Buford, Ga., native was the No. 37-ranked recruit according to 247Sports. Between making mission trips to Nicaragua and being his class' valedictorian, Miller was the MVP at The Nike Opening for offensive linemen. 

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