Ohio State's quarterback of the future is cleared to return to the gridiron.
Four-star Buckeye quarterback commit Jack Miller has been medically cleared after suffering a season-ending knee injury back in October, he announced via his Twitter account on Wednesday afternoon.
Medically cleared! Ready to get back to work!
— Jack Miller (@jackjamesmiller) January 9, 2019
As a junior, Miller threw for 2,431 yards on the season, leading Chaparral High School to a 5-2 record before suffering the injury in his eighth game of the season against Mountain Pointe. Without him, the Firebirds lost their final three games of the season.
Miller is the No. 4 pro style quarterback in the 2020 class and the No. 65 player overall.