Braxton Miller appears to be back. Now, will he be back?
Miller, who missed last season with a dislocated shoulder that required surgery, had a successful visit with Dr. James Andrews and physical therapist Kevin Wilk in Birmingham, Ala. Miller tweeted this:
Successful check up/visit w Kevin & Andrews! 😁.— BRAXTON MILLER (@BraxtonMiller5) July 2, 2015
As for the other question, Miller gave that answer to The Columbus Dispatch:
“In response to a question from The Dispatch about what it means for his future, Miller wrote back that he expects to announce his immediate plans next week.”
Miller, a graduated senior, has the option to transfer. Miller has yet to formerly announce his intentions for the 2015 season, but all indications so far point to him joining J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones in a highly-anticipated three-way quarterback battle for the defending national champions.
ESPN's Joe Schad tweeted this Thursday afternoon:
Braxton Miller planning to stay at Ohio State and continue focus on rehabilitation/recovery says one person who spoke w him— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) July 2, 2015
According to The Dispatch, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer spoke about the quarterback situation at a youth camp near his hometown of Ashtabula, Ohio, on Wednesday.
“The only thing that's different is Braxton is pretty close to full speed,” Meyer said. “J.T., I'd probably say, is 95 percent. That was the biggest thing, to get them all healthy and get them ready to go.”