Blake Miller needs no introduction, but he's a four-star offensive lineman for those who don't know him. Regarding the 2022 cycle, he's ranked at 23 when it comes to offensive tackles in the country and favored to play at Ohio State at the next level. Everything about Miller is a process, that's from his recruitment to the lineman’s progression. His father is a high school cross country runner, and he introduced Miller to the gym at an early age of 8 years old. Since then, the gym became a consistent hobby.
Blake Miller’s attributes
At Strongsville, at only 16 years old, Miller holds the title of being the team's strongest guy. Miller is big and powerful, and his main focus is blocking the space. He's not that fast or quick, but he's almost there. That's why if you keen on his game if he doesn't have the ball that quickly, he gets his hand on the defensive linemen or locks the linebackers in the open field.
Visits and scholarship
At the moment, Miller is high on the Buckeye's scholarship offer. He has already made three visits to colleges that's Michigan, Clemson and Penn State. The quickening pace of recruitment has caught him by surprise. Recently he had offers from Toledo, Indians, Iowa State, Bowing Green, and many others, but the offer from Ohio State will be a game-changer.
Miller has a scheduled visit with Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell. He also talks to him once to thrice a month. This means that he is serious about his football career, he wants to improve daily, and with the help of Coach Robbie Caldwell, the sky is not the limit.
As per his calendar, he intends to visit the other two colleges high on his offer list, that's LSU and Tennessee. He describes them as the "up-and-comer" that have offered him scholarships this year, and he's open with other scholarships.
Ohio State Class of 2022
Ohio State is one of the creams as much as college football is concerned regardless of weather they play this fall or sit it out. Their main objective is to set their players up for the long term. According to their coaches, coach Stud and Coach Day, their intention for players is not about the four years but the next forty years after college. They want players to have professional and productive football careers. The coaches have a Real Life program on Wednesdays, which teaches players everything about being a man.
Concerning player commitment, one athlete that didn't see the need to wait is a 6-foot-8 and 195-pound sophomore Kalen Etzler. He has already signed up with the Buckeye basketball team. For football they have Gage Powers, Dasan McCullough, linebacker CJ Hicks, offensive tackle Tegra Tshabola, and corner back Jyaire Brown. And many other players have got no intention to move, they want to stay. As things stand, the class of 2022 might be together for long as they seek glory. If players like Blake Miller are added to the group, then nobody has seen the true colors of Ohio State.
Strongsville's staying power starts up front