Ohio State added a couple more “official” Buckeyes on Thursday as freshmen Harry Miller and Jameson Williams shed their black stripes.
Miller, a former five-star center out of Burford, Georgia, has been drawing rave reviews since before he even arrived in Columbus and was working out as the second-team center on Wednesday's practice.
“I don’t know if he should be, but I think he has the ability to be," Day said when asked if Miller would be a contributor this season. "He has to continue to grow as the season moves on. I do see him getting on the field."
Williams, a former four-star receiver out of St. Louis, was the first new receiver to commit to Brian Hartline after taking over as Ohio State's receivers coach and possesses a rare speed and quickness that's drawn comparisons to Ted Ginn Jr.
Miller and Williams become the third and fourth freshmen in the 2019 class to shed their black stripes, following Garrett Wilson and Zach Harrison in the spring.
|NAME||POSITION||YEAR||DATE OF REMOVAL|
|LOGAN HITTLE||LB||RS JR||MARCH 21|
|CADE KACHERSKI||LB||RS FR||MARCH 21|
|BEN SCHMIESING||LB||RS FR||MARCH 21|
|JUSTIN FIELDS||QB||SO||MARCH 25|
|DARRYL SINCLAIR||CB||RS SO||MARCH 25|
|MAX WRAY||OL||RS FR||APRIL 1|
|RYAN BATSCH||SAF||RS FR||APRIL 1|
|GARRETT WILSON||WR||FR||APRIL 8|
|AUSTIN KUTSCHER||WR||RS FR||APRIL 8|
|ZACH HARRISON||DE||FR||APRIL 12|
|JONAH JACKSON||OL||RS SR||AUG. 6|
|HARRY MILLER||OL||FR||AUG. 8|
|JAMESON WILLIAMS||WR||FR||AUG. 8|