Harry Miller


Player profile

  • Height 6-4
  • Weight 315
  • Hometown Buford, Ga.
  • Last School Buford
  • Year Junior

Follow on Social Media
Twitter: @h_miller76
Instagram: @h_miller76

Ohio State Overview
• Started seven games at left guard for the Big Ten and Sugar Bowl champion Buckeyes in 2020
• Helped the Buckeyes finish eighth nationally in rushing offense (256.7 yards/game) and seventh in total offense (519.4 yards/game)
• Was named a “champion” by the coaching staff three times during the season
• As a true freshman in 2019, Miller worked his way onto the two-deep as the Buckeyes’ back-up center.
• Was a starter on special teams (field goals and extra points)
• Played in 13 of 14 games and was in on 10 or more offensive snaps five times
• Was in on 181 snaps for the season, third-most amongst true freshmen
• Is a mechanical engineering major
• An Allstate AFCA Good Works Team nominee for his exceptional community service efforts both locally around Columbus and abroad

Honors & Awards
2020: OSU Scholar-Athlete, Academic All-Big Ten and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar
2019: OSU Scholar-Athlete

More on Harry
• Was a four-star prospect who was rated the nation’s No. 2-ranked center according to 247Sports.com
• A five-star recruit by MaxPreps
• No. 37-rated prospect overall according to 247Sports.com
• A versatile player who played guard, tackle and center for Buford High School and head coach John Ford
• Buford was 10-3 in Miller’s senior season and reached the Class AAAAA quarterfinals
• With Miller paving the way, Buford averaged 41.6 points per game in 2018 and scored 50 or more points four times
• Participated in Nike’s The Opening and was named the camp’s most valuable offensive lineman
• Was a straight-A student and class valedictorian
• A finalist for the All-American Bowl Man of the Year Award
• Has made numerous mission trips to Nicaragua
• Parents are Kristina and Sean Miller