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Harry Miller is a top-40 recruit in the 2019 class.

Harry Miller commits to Ohio State; deciding Buckeyes’ most appealing game of 2018

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Elite 2019 OL Harry Miller commits to Ohio State

Ohio State’s 2019 recruiting class got a jolt Sunday when highly ranked offensive lineman Harry Miller announced his commitment to the Buckeyes. Miller is considered a top-40 player in the 2019 class and the No. 2 center in the 247Sports composite rankings. Miller visited Columbus over the weekend and gives the Buckeyes another skilled lineman who could anchor their offensive line. With Miller’s commitment, Ohio State’s 2019 class is up to 10 commits and ranks fifth in the nation.

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What Harry Miller’s commitment means for Ohio State

Miller’s pledge is a big deal for the Buckeyes, and Land of 10 recruiting expert Ryan Donnelly breaks down why. Miller, who stands at 6-foot-4, 310 pounds, is one of the top interior offensive linemen in the class and does not have any major holes in his game.

What is Ohio State’s most appealing game of 2018?

There are a handful of games that stand out more than others on Ohio State’s 2018 schedule. But which one of the 12 regular-season games are Buckeyes fans looking forward to the most? Land of 10’s Ryan Ginn asked that question and learned a road test at Penn State was the answer. The Buckeyes head to Happy Valley on Sept. 29 for an early-season matchup that could shape the Big Ten East race. That game seemed to have a little more appeal for Ohio State fans than a nonconference meeting with TCU or the 2018 version of The Game in Columbus.

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