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When I first started covering Ohio State football recruiting over 35 years ago “talking” to a prospect meant in-person or over the phone.  Now “talking” also includes social media and especially X.

Back again today with a collection of the top tweets after Ryan DayBrian HartlineMark Pantoni and the Ohio State staff have landed another addition for the program in 2025 wide receiver Bodpegn Miller from Mansfield (Ohio) Ontario.

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Here is how Twitter reacted to the news that Miller announced he is headed to Ohio State.  Related tweets to be added throughout the day.

Ohio State has received a commitment from Ontario (Ohio) athlete Bodpegn Miller who is going to come in as a wide receiver for the Buckeyes despite playing quarterback at his high school.

He earned an offer from the Buckeyes earlier this week at camp and wasted little time in accepting.

“It’s been a dream ever since I picked up a football at eight years old,” Miller said. “I grew up a Buckeye fan and it’s always been a dream of mine.  From a young age I’ve wanted to play at Ohio State.  And I fell in love with the place when I visited there in the spring.  The winning tradition, the culture and the way everyone treated me when I was there.”

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