Ohio State offensive lineman Harry Miller nominated for AFCA Good Works Team

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Ohio State offensive lineman Harry Miller is pretty good in the trenches for the football team. Turns out, he’s even a better person. We shared a story with you last week from USA Today highlighting Miller’s philanthropic work and people are starting to take notice.

Miller has been nominated for the AFCA Good Works Team which recognizes play on the field, academics, as well as efforts to make the world a better place. The OSU tackle has been taking trips to Nicaragua for several years now and even invited teammate Tommy Eichenberg to join him last season before the pandemic struck.

As news of the NIL(name, image, and likeness) began coming to light, Miller wasted no time setting up a shop to sell merchandise. However, unlike many college students (or any of us for that matter) who might come into large sums of money quickly, Miller decided to use the earnings to benefit others, donating 100 percent of the proceeds to support those he works with in Brasiles, Nicaragua.

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In a world that is seems very much more concerned about looking out for me, myself, and I, it’s refreshing to see a young man willing to use his fame for the good of others.

A total of 22 nominees will be named to the AFCA Good Works Team in September and will be announced by former Ohio State quarterback and current ESPN college football analyst, Kirk Herbstreit. After the team is named, fans will have the opportunity to vote for a captain of the team.