Harry Miller


Player profile

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

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

Ohio State Overview
• Harry announced his retirement from collegiate football in the spring of 2022
• He is a true senior, academically, and is majoring in mechanical engineering
• He had played in 22 games during his first three seasons with the Buckeyes, and he started seven games at left guard for the Big Ten and Sugar Bowl champion Buckeyes in 2020
• As a true freshman in 2019, Miller worked his way onto the two-deep as the Buckeyes’ back-up center.
• Played in 13 of 14 games in 2019
• Extremely conscientious and caring off the field, was named one of 22 members of the 2021 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team
• He earned the honor for is dedication to community service and the positive impact he has made on the lives of others

Honors & Awards
2021: OSU Scholar-Athlete, Academic All-Big Ten and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar; AFCA Good Works Team
2020: OSU Scholar-Athlete, Academic All-Big Ten and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar
2019: OSU Scholar-Athlete

More on Harry
• Has served as a board member at Mission 4 Nicaragua, a nonprofit organization that operates a school and distributes food and medicine to less fortunate families in Los Brasiles
• He has made nearly a dozen trips to Nicaragua, and has had Ohio State teammates accompany him, and raises money for Mission 4 Nicaragua through the sale of t-shirts, sweatshirts and baseball caps
• As a senior in high school he 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
• Parents are Kristina and Sean Miller