Two days after visiting Ohio State, Buford, Ga., four-star offensive lineman Harry Miller committed to the Buckeyes on Sunday afternoon, announcing via Twitter.
Due to unforeseen circumstances our mission team is currently unable to travel to Nicaragua. I was planning on making this announcement with the kids from our school, but I am excited to announce I have committed to THE Ohio State University.#GoBucks#PrayForNica @Mission4Nica pic.twitter.com/CyZfRCaRGD
— Harry Miller (@harrymiller76) June 10, 2018
Miller, who was in Columbus on Friday for an unofficial visit, chose OSU out of a top five that also included Clemson, Georgia, Notre Dame and Stanford. He received an Ohio State offer last June and took an official visit the weekend of the Buckeyes’ spring game on April 14.
The 6-4, 310-pounder is the No. 36 overall prospect and No. 2 center in the 247Sports composite rankings for the 2019 recruiting class. He is the second-highest commitment in OSU’s class behind No. 31-ranked Garrett Wilson, the fifth-best wide receiver in the cycle.
Miller is the 10th member of Ohio State’s 2019 class. He becomes the third offensive lineman in the haul as well, joining four-star tackles Ryan Jacoby from Mentor, Ohio, and Doug Nester of Huntington (W.Va.) Spring Valley.
Miller also is the second 2019 prospect from Georgia to pledge to Ohio State. Roswell Blessed Trinity Catholic four-star athlete Steele Chambers issued a verbal to the Scarlet and Gray in April.