Miller Time? How about FaceTime with former Wayne, Ohio State standout

Former Ohio State and Wayne High School star Braxton Miller, seen here catching a pass against Notre Dame in the BattleFrog Fiesta Bowl on January 1, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona, will stage a youth football camp Saturday at his alma mater in Huber Heights. He has also donated several items for a silent auction to raise money for the American Heart Association.
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Former Ohio State and Wayne High School star Braxton Miller, seen here catching a pass against Notre Dame in the BattleFrog Fiesta Bowl on January 1, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona, will stage a youth football camp Saturday at his alma mater in Huber Heights. He has also donated several items for a silent auction to raise money for the American Heart Association.

Braxton Miller is once again helping the American Heart Association by donating several items for silent auction, and one lucky fan who ends up making the highest bid will win the right to a video conversation with former Wayne High and Ohio State star quarterback.

Here's another way to see fund-raising items, or if you want to talk to Miller in person, you could just go to his youth football camp Saturday at Wayne High, and perhaps catch up with the quarterback-turned-wide receiver there.

If you can’t make it to the camp in Huber Heights, Miller will be in Cincinnati Sept. 14, when the Houston Texans visit to play the Bengals in a nationally televised Thursday night (8:35 p.m.) game in Paul Brown Stadium.

Miller caught 15 passes for 99 yards and a touchdown in his rookie season with the Texans, who drafted him in the third round in 2016. He starred for three seasons at QB for the Buckeyes before a shoulder injury prompted him to learn a new position. He led Wayne the 2010 Division I state championship as a senior quarterback.

Saturday's camp will run 8 a.m.-4:30 at his alma mater, with age groups 6-13 and 13-17. This flier promises special guest from the ranks of former Ohio State players.

Speaking of OSU, here are some of Miller's highlights.

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