Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Braxton Miller will host his third annual CHARG1NG Camp on July 13 at Wayne High School and July 14 in Columbus at a location to be announced. There also will be a third camp outside Ohio that will be announced soon.
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“It’s something I look forward to all year,” Miller said in a press release, “to be able go back to Ohio and bring everyone together including the youth, my teammates at OSU, and make a real cultural impact through the way the camp is produced from start to finish.”
The Wayne and Ohio State grad Miller caught 34 passes in two seasons with the Houston Texans. He spent last season on the Eagles’ practice squad and signed a futures contract with the Eagles in January.
Miller’s annual camp will include former Buckeyes and NFL players serving as coaches. Ohio State alumni Kato “WorkTheCustom” Mitchell will be on hand to design cleats for athletes who wish to purchase them.
Participants can register at Charg1ng.com. It is open to ages 6-13 (youth) and 13-17 (high school). Each participant will receive a T-shirt, lunch and a photo with Miller.
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