Eric Miller will be coming back to Purdue for his 6th season with the program.

Miller, an offensive lineman, will use his final year of eligibility to remain at Purdue for the 2023 season. Miller announced his return in a Twitter post on Thursday morning.

“My five years at this world class institution have been incredible. The moments we’ve had and the relationships I’ve made will last me a lifetime and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. West Lafayette has become a second home for me. The support of the community and the best fans in the country makes Purdue unlike anywhere else in the country. I believe in the vision that Coach Walters has for the football program and am super excited to continue to be a part of it. Boilermaker Nation: let’s run it back one more time,” Miller said.

Miller has been with Purdue since the 2018 season and he started playing in games during the 2019 season. He will enter his 6th season with 44 games played. In 2022, Miller appeared in all 14 of Purdue’s games. For the last 2 seasons, Miller appeared in every game for Purdue. The 2023 season will be Miller’s 1st season with new head coach Ryan Walters.

With his return for the 2023 season, Miller will hope to be a constant presence on the offensive line. Purdue finished the 2022 season with an 8-6 record.