Ohio Dominican senior QB Mark Miller '11 has been selected as one of nine finalists for the Harlon Hill Trophy which is presented annually to the top football player in NCAA Division II.
The finalists were selected by the NCAA Division II sports information directors in regional voting and will now be placed on the national ballot where all 168 of the division's SIDs will select the award's 29th winner. National voting will conclude on December 13. The winner of the 2014 award, which is presented by the National Harlon Hill Award Committee, will be announced via webcast on Friday, December 19. Click here to read more about Mark.
Back in October, Miller was named a semifinalist for the Campbell Trophy, which is presented annually to a senior football player who displays an outstanding combination of accomplishments on and off the field, according to a news release from the college program.
Miller maintains a 3.76 GPA in Middle Childhood Education and has been a member of the Dean's List every semester at Ohio Dominican. He has earned three GLIAC Academic Excellence awards during his time at ODU and earned the GLIAC Commissioner's Award for his excellence in the classroom and on the playing field. Click here to read more.