2022 Strongsville (Ohio) offensive tackle Blake Miller, a 247Sports Composite four-star, unveiled his top-five schools on Monday evening.

Per the Composite, Miller, who stands 6-foot-6 and weighs 315 pounds, is the No. 23 offensive tackle prospect in the class and a top-10 player in the state.

Miller is considered an Ohio State lean, as the Buckeyes possess all four of his Crystal Ball Predictions, including one from Steve Wiltfong, 247Sports’ Director of Football Recruiting.

While the recruiting dead period caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) has paused in-person visits, Miller’s recruitment has continued to ascend, as his picked up his Florida offer on April 14, his Ohio State offer on April 24, and his Auburn offer on May 6.

247Sports ranks the Buckeyes’ 2022 class, which currently consists of six commits, as the second-best in the country, trailing only the LSU Tigers.

Presently, Ohio State has secured the pledge of one other offensive tackle in the cycle, Lakota West (West Chester, Ohio) four-star Tegra Tshabola.

Michigan, who was able to have Miller on-campus for an unofficial visit on November 16, 2019, the day they routed Michigan State, 44-10, checks in at No. 7 in the 2022 class rankings.

The Wolverines do not have an offensive lineman among their three current commits.