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Former Ohio State quarterback Jack Miller announced via Twitter on Tuesday that he will be joining the Florida Gators.
The 6-foot-3, 215-pound quarterback announced his intent to leave Ohio State on Nov. 28.
The move gives the Gators additional depth at the position after news broke last week that UF starting quarterback Emory Jones plans to enter the transfer portal after Thursday's Gasparilla Bowl.
Miller, who was a four-star prospect coming out of high school in the Class of 2020, entered camp last fall in a three-way competition for OSU’s starting quarterback job, but was beaten out Heisman finalist C.J. Stroud and freshman Kyle McCord.
As the third-string quarterback, he appeared briefly in four games on the season, completing seven of his 14 pass attempts for 101 yards.
With the addition of Miller, as it stands today, Florida’s quarterback room for the 2022 season will consist of Miller, Anthony Richardson, Carlos Del Rio-Wilson and Jalen Kitna.
Miller and Richardson will be redshirt-sophomores while Del Rio-Wilson and Kitna will be redshirt freshmen.