The Buckeyes are on this quarterback early.
A high school freshman received a scholarship offer from Ohio State today.
Jack Miller, a class of 2020 quarterback out of Arizona, announced on Twitter this evening that he’s been offered by the Buckeyes.
It’s his sixth scholarship offer. Plenty more are coming, in all likelihood.
Just received my 6th offer from Ohio State University pic.twitter.com/Daowh5C9uf
— Jack Miller (@2jackmiller) May 17, 2017
The 6-foot-3, 197-pound prospect out of Scottsdale, Ariz. should be one of the top quarterbacks in his class. He’s a pro-style QB. This past season, he threw for 3,600-plus yards and 53 touchdowns.
Here’s what a Rivals.com recruiting expert has to say about the quarterback:
Miller has perfect size at 6-foot-3 and 203 pounds and he loves to sit in the pocket and zip passes all over the field. What makes him special is that he throws an outstanding and precise deep ball time and time again. What also is great about Miller, especially for a freshman, is his ability to feel pressure, get away from it but not rush and then deliver accurate passes all over the place. His arm strength is without question, and he has great vision to find receivers as they break open.
Miller also has scholarship offers from Arizona, Arizona State and Florida State, among others.