Nine days after he returned to Columbus with his family for Friday Night Lights, Jack Miller shared his plans to come back for good.
On Sunday, the four-star quarterback from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral took to Twitter at 2 p.m. ET and announced his commitment to Ohio State.
The 6-4, 210-pound Miller provides Ohio State with an early solution to its signal caller for the next cycle after head coach Urban Meyer and offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Ryan Day identified him last May with an offer.
The 247Sports composite rates Miller as the No. 47 overall player, No. 3 pro-style quarterback and No. 3 prospect in Arizona for the 2020 recruiting class.
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
— Jack Miller (@jackjamesmiller) July 1, 2018
After the Buckeyes pulled off their big recruiting win last Sunday and flipped Oak Park, Mich., four-star Dwan Mathis from Michigan State, OSU has now settled its search for quarterbacks in the classes of 2019 and 2020.
Between Miller’s unofficial visit to Ohio State, he took three trips elsewhere. Miller unofficially visited Michigan (June 20) and Michigan State (June 21) last week, before he arrived June 22 in Columbus and swung south to Alabama (June 23).
A teammate at Miller’s high school, 2020 four-star running back and Akron (Ohio) Buchtel product Darvon Hubbard, camped twice with the Buckeyes in as many weeks. The 6-0, 200-pound Hubbard hauled in his OSU offer last Tuesday and could join Miller at the next level.
Miller joins Marietta, Ga., four-star offensive tackle Jake Wray, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy four-star defensive back Lejond Cavazos and Cincinnati St. Xavier five-star offensive tackle Paris Johnson Jr. as the fourth pledge in Ohio State’s 2020 recruiting class.