Chaparral (Az.) quarterback Jack Miller, a 2020 Ohio State commit, will be sidelined for at least three weeks after suffering a knee injury in last Friday's 42-24 loss to Mountain Pointe (Phoenix, Az.).
According to azcentral.com, Miller "suffered a high-grade, medial collateral knee sprain early in the Friday loss." The Firebirds are hoping to have Miller back by the start of Arizona's 6A playoffs, which begin on Nov. 2.
After the injury, Miller continued to play and threw for 267 yards and three touchdowns but was "hobbling" the rest of the game.
The game is still on but Chaparral junior Jack Miller suffered a high-grade, medial collateral knee sprain early in the Friday loss at home to Phoenix Mountain Pointe and is expected to be out for three weeks, according to sources.
There is hope that Miller could return for the 6A playoffs that begin Nov. 2.
Miller continued to play after sustaining the injury on Chaparral's second drive, as the Firebirds went up 10-0. He still passed for 267 yards and three touchdowns, hobbling the rest of the game.
In eight games this season, the junior has completed 55 percent of this passes this season alongside 2,431 yards and a 27-6 touchdown-interception ratio.
Chaparral plays Pinnacle this coming Friday, a game that will feature running back and Ohio State commit Darvon Hubbard. The contest will be televised on ESPNU.