Bodpegn Miller Ohio State Buckeyes Receiver Commit

Buckeyes Land Commitment From Ohio Athlete Bodpegn Miller

The Buckeyes have landed a verbal commitment from one of the most-intriguing athletes in the state of Ohio, as Mansfield Ontario High School quarterback Bodpegn Miller announced his commitment to the Buckeyes on Friday.

Miller (6-4 190) plays quarterback for his high school team but is being recruited as a wide receiver by Ohio State. The 2025 prospect camped at OSU this month and earned an offer from receivers coach Brian Hartline.

Miller is the very definition of an under-the-radar recruit as only one of the four major recruiting services has him ranked. He is rated a three-star prospect by 247Sports and the No. 50 player in the state of Ohio.

Hartline wasn’t concerned with recruiting rankings while putting Bodpegn Miller through his paces the last two weeks. Miller ran a 4.44 at OSU’s camp and also showed the quickness and explosion that is not standard for a player his size.

Miller has only been working as a receiver for a few months but has picked it up quickly. He will likely still play quarterback for his high school team, however.

As a junior at Ontario High School last year, Miller threw for 2,328 yards and 19 touchdowns and also rushed for 1,003 yards and another 17 touchdowns.

Miller is now the third receiver in Ohio State’s recruiting class. He joins New Jersey prospects Quincy Porter (6-3 190) and De’zie Jones (6-0 180). Hartline would still like to add another one or two receivers to the Buckeyes’ 2025 recruiting class.

You can check out Bodpegn Miller’s impressive junior season highlights below.

Also, you can watch Buckeye Huddle’s Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman discuss Miller’s commitment and what he will bring to the Buckeyes and what to expect from him down the road.

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