After visiting the Ohio State campus over the summer to camp with the Buckeyes, 2020 quarterback Jack Miller will make the trek once again from Arizona to get more familiar with what Urban Meyer and crew are putting together in Columbus.
Like many other highly sought-after recruits, Miller will be on hand when the Buckeyes mix it up with the Nittany Lions of Penn State on October 28, according to Bill Kurelic of Bucknuts.
Only a sophomore, with more than enough time left in the recruiting process, the 6’4, 210-pounder already holds double digit scholarship offers. Still receiving interest from new programs, Ohio State joins Florida State, North Carolina, Ole Miss, UCLA, and others in the pursuit of Miller.
Still trying to lead Chaparral High School in Scottsdale to a winning record, Miller, who reportedly has the Buckeyes among his leaders, has shined since returning back to action after missing time due to transfer rules.
Showing why he’s a top rated sophomore, the four-star prospect has completed 59 of his 123 passing attempts for nearly 900 yards through the air and 11 touchdowns, compared to only two interceptions, through his team's first five games.
2020 CB wants to visit OSU
While Jack Miller will be on the Ohio State campus later this month, another class of 2020 prospect is hoping to make it to Columbus in the near future.
Over the last few years the Buckeye coaching staff has put in work trying to build a pipeline into the state of Texas. After landing current Buckeyes such as J.T. Barrett, J.K. Dobbins, Jeffrey Okudah, and Baron Browning, recruits from the Longhorn State are definitely noticing Ohio State.
Taking to his Twitter page to share with the world his hopeful plans, New Caney (TX) sophomore cornerback Dwight McGlothern stated that he would like to visit Oregon, Florida State, and Ohio State.
I’m trying make my way to OREGON , Florida State and Ohio state !!! Going to be lit !!!!— Dwight McGlothern jr (@DMcglothern2) October 15, 2017
The Buckeyes reportedly offered the 6’1, 161-pound McGlothern over the summer. Considered a top prospect in the sophomore class, Ohio State isn’t the only program trying to add the talented defensive back to their roster. Oregon, Alabama, Georgia, LSU, and Michigan are also among the schools to dish out early scholarship offers to the four-star prospect so far.
- Per Russ Wood of Rivals, Ohio State checked in on Osceola (FL) four-star power forward Omar Payne while out on the recruiting trail on Friday morning. Payne, a 6’9 class of 2019 standout, currently holds scholarship offers from the likes of Clemson, Florida, Florida State, and Texas.