It’s now been a year since the Houston Texans selected Braxton Miller in the third round of the NFL draft. But the former Ohio State star’s college roots will undoubtedly always be a part of his legacy.
That was clear on Wednesday night, when Miller revealed his new online campaign for the food delivery service, Postmates, on his Instagram account. In the video, Miller performs his patented spin move — on a group on unsuspecting kids.
Miller’s spin move, of course, first made an appearance in his debut as a wide receiver in the Buckeyes’ 2015 season opener. After spending the first three seasons of his college career as a quarterback, Miller made an instant impact in his new role, totaling 140 yards and 2 touchdowns — including one ultra memorable highlight reel play — against Virginia Tech.
Miller would finish his lone season as an Ohio State receiver with 26 catches for 341 yards and 3 scores, in addition to compiling 260 yards and 1 score on the ground.
In his rookie season with the Texans, Miller totaled 15 catches for 99 yards and 1 touchdown in 10 games. As evidenced by his latest campaign, however, the Huber Heights, Ohio, native’s career no longer appears to be limited to just the football field.