Jack Miller Wins Quarterback MVP Honors at The Opening Regional, Punches Ticket to Elite 11 Finals

By Kevin Harrish on February 10, 2019 at 9:42 pm
Jack Miller makes Elite 11 Finals.

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Jack Miller is an Elite 11 finalist.

The four-star Ohio State quarterback commit earned quarterback MVP honors at The Opening Los Angeles regional this weekend, punching his ticket to this summer's Elite 11 finals.

The Elite 11 finals will be part of Nike's The Opening finals this summer, and Miller will have a chance to prove he's the best quarterback in the class.

Miller joins eventual Ohio State signees Troy Smith, Justin Zwick, Rob Schoenhoft, Tate Martell, Dwayne Haskins and Justin Fields as Elite 11 finalists. Fields was named the Elite 11 MVP in 2017.

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.

The Opening Los Angeles regional was Miller's first competitive action since he was medically cleared to return last month.

Miller, the nation's No. 4-ranked pro-style quarterback in the class of 2020, committed to Ohio State on July 1 over offers from Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Michigan, Texas A&M and other programs.

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