Four-star quarterback Jack Miller revealed his commitment to the Ohio State Buckeyes over the summer. Miller made the announcement on July 1 via Twitter.
On Thursday, he shared some tough news. Miller revealed his junior season has come to an end after he suffered high-grade MCL sprain earlier in the season.
With just a few games remaining in the year, Miller hoped to gut it out, but he made the smart choice to shut down the season and get healthy for his senior campaign.
The 2020 recruit shared the following on Twitter: "This has been an unforgettable season with my teammates but due to my knee injury my doctor will not clear me to return to the field, I’m recovering great and I will be back better! My boys got this!"
Miller is the No. 4 pro-style quarterback in the 2020 class and the No. 63 recruit overall. He held 19 offers from the likes of Alabama and Auburn, but decided Columbus is the place for him.