Ohio State's Harry Miller to donate all NIL earnings to Nicaraguan humanitarian efforts
Harry Miller has decided to put all of his name, image and likeness earnings to a cause that is close to his heart.
This week, Front Office Sports sent out a tweet stating that the Ohio State center has announced he will donate all of his earnings to humanitarian efforts in Nicaragua. Per the announcement, Miller has been to the country on mission trips almost every year since he was in junior high.
Over the summer, states across the country and the NCAA passed NIL legislation that would allow players to financially benefit off of their name, image and likeness. It is the first time in college athletics student-athletes have been able to do so.
Ohio State center Harry Miller has announced he will donate all of his NIL earnings to humanitarian efforts in Nicaragua.
Miller, an Allstate AFCA Good Works Team selection, has gone on mission trips to Nicaragua nearly every year since seventh grade. pic.twitter.com/tzQ1cEP0VI
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) October 25, 2021
It’s an incredible way to help those in need and put NIL opportunities to great use.
Miller is in his junior season at Ohio State. He worked his way into the two-deep rotation along the offensive line as a freshman in 2019 and was a starter for the Buckeyes’ 7-1 squad that reached the National Championship Game in 2020.
This season, Miller has battled some injuries this season and has been limited on the field so far in 2021.
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