Ohio State Quarterback Jack Miller He announced that he would enter the NCAA transfer portal. Sources confirmed to 247 sports that he officially entered the gate. Miller, a former four-star recruit, took to Twitter and sent a message to his Ohio State teammates, coaches, families and the Buckeye Nation.
“I would like to thank everyone for accepting me since the first day I thought about coming to Ohio,” Miller Books. “I have decided to leave Ohio State and look for opportunities for me to play the game I love. I will always love my brothers and coaches and wish them great success, but for me it is time to get on the field. The coaches have prepared me to face the future head on and with confidence. I will always be grateful for the time they spent with me. Thank you and God bless the Ohio Buckeyes.”
Miller came to Ohio State from Scottsdale, Arizona, a producer from Chaparral High School, and Miller was a potential four-star player and quarterback was 13th in the professional standings, according to 247Sports Composite. Commit to playing for offensive coordinator and midfield coach Ryan Day and the Buckeyes in July 2018, before his junior year of high school.
Together with fellow and fellow quarterback CJ StroudMiller joined Ohio State in January of 2020, in order to get a head start on his new season. While he was in winter conditioning, the COVID-19 pandemic, unfortunately, caused the Buckeyes to cancel spring practice early and the players on the Scarlet and Gray roster went home for several months.
Once the 2020 season began, after the Big Ten announced that there would be no football at that time due to the pandemic, Miller and Stroud shared backup duties to get started. Justin Fields. Miller was actually the first reserve quarterback to play for Ohio State in 2020, coming to the Fields late in the Bucks’ season-opening win against Nebraska.
Miller played another game as a freshman, winning Michigan State, ending his freshman season without throwing a pass, but rushing twice for 23 yards and a touchdown.
The NCAA introduced the transfer portal on October 15, 2018, providing athletes with a path to explore their options. Players do not need to ask permission from their coaching staff in order to move. They just need to request compliance by entering their name. Usually, it takes 24 to 48 hours for a player to appear at their request. Schools are free to contact the player without restrictions once their name appears in the portal.
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While a player entering his name into the transfer portal means that he intends to explore his options, this does not necessarily mean that he will leave. The player is free to withdraw his name at any time. However, schools are not obligated to keep the player in the scholarship once they enter the portal.
Patrick Murphy of Bucknuts contributed to this report.