For a few more years, the Buckeyes will have a Braxton Miller to cheer for – just a slightly different spelling this time.
Point guard Braxtin Miller, originally from Centerville, Ohio, announced her decision to return home and transfer to Ohio State after two seasons at Oklahoma State.
Miller was the No. 22 point guard prospect in the country coming out of high school in 2017. At Alter High School, she was part of a record 115 wins and three state championships, reaching the final four all four of her high school seasons.
Her sophomore season at Oklahoma State, Miller averaged 14.7 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game while shooting 32.7 percent from 3-point range.
Though she'll likely sit out the upcoming season in accordance with NCAA transfer regulations, Miller joins a loaded group of Buckeye newcomers that includes four five-star prospects – Kierstan Bell, Rikki Harris, Jacy Sheldon and Kaelynn Satterfield – as well as a top international prospect in Aixa Wone and Rebeka Mikulasikova, a 6-3 center from Slovakia.