Ohio State landed the top quarterback prospect in the nation Thursday, when Braxton Miller announced his pledge to the Buckeyes. The five-star quarterback made the announcement in his high school auditorium in front of friends and family. Miller is the 12th member of the 2011 Ohio State recruiting class. Bill Greene was on hand and filed this report.
A dreary, rain-soaked Thursday morning in Huber Heights, Ohio turned bright and sunny just after noon, with the announcement that all-everything quarterback Braxton Miller
had committed to play his college football at Ohio State
The Wayne High five-star is the nation's top quarterback prospect, and had received scholarship offers from nearly 50 college programs, before narrowing his choices to Alabama, Florida, Notre Dame and Ohio State.
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound, Miller will graduate early, and will be enrolling at Ohio State in January of 2011, to be able to participate in spring football.
Scout.com will have more on the announcement throughout the day, including interviews with Miller and Wayne head coach Jay Minton.