Born and raised in Springfield, Ohio, Braxton Miller attended Wayne High School in Ohio where he excelled in football and basketball. After four years of exceptional play, he was an Under Armour All-American, First Team All State, and was named an Ohio Mr. Football Finalist.
Raised only 40 minutes away from The Horseshoe, Braxton went on to fulfill his childhood dream of suiting up in that scarlet and gray uniform for the Buckeyes, becoming one of the most decorated athletes in OSU history and earning more Big Ten Conference awards–seven–than any player in Big Ten history. Off the field, Braxton is a dedicated father to his four-year old son Landon, frequently flying from Ohio and Houston to spend as much time with him.
BIG TEN LEGEND
As a sophomore, Braxton passed for 2,039 yards and 15 passing touchdowns with 1,271 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns. His play led the Buckeyes to an undefeated 12-0 record and Braxton was named Big Ten MVP. The following season he was once again named Big Ten MVP.
REINVENTING HIS GAME
Entering his redshirt senior year in 2015, Braxton announced he was transitioning from the quarterback position to wide reciever. He finished his first season at wide receiver with 26 receptions for 341 yards, 3 receiving touchdowns, 260 rushing yards, and one rushing touchdown.
Braxton was drafted by the Houston Texans with the 85th overall pick in the 3rd round of the 2016 NFL Draft. He finished his rookie season with 15 receptions for 99 yards and a touchdown (first in Mexico City, Mexico) in ten games and six starts. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles then Cleveland Browns at the end of 2019.