HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT)- Football star Braxton Miller returned to his alma mater, Wayne High School to hold a football camp for children in the community. Kids were excited to play ball with their idols and learn a thing or two from them as well.
The Houston Texan wide receiver and former Ohio State football player hosted the second annual CHARG1NG Camp for kids ages 6-17.
In addition to giving back to the community, Miller said his goal for the camp is for kids to enjoy themselves.
"Everybody can come together as one and have fun.”” said Miller.
Friend of Miller, former captain and 2014 National Champion at Ohio State Joel Hale said the camp is a great opportunity to impact the kids in the community.
“Kids love it, man. They love the camp. They love getting out here seeing a bunch of Ohio State football players, bunch of NFL football players. It’s kind of an opportunity of a lifetime for some of these kids.” said Hale.
For information on the CHARG1NG camp visit this website.