Monday August 10th, 2015

Ohio State’s quarterback-turned-receiver Braxton Miller is being watched closely this season, by fans, NFL scouts, coaches, and also by a video drone.

When Miller pulled up to the team’s fall camp on Sunday, the floating camera was just hovering above him as he got his bags out of the trunk.

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According to Eleven Warriors, the drone is part of a documentary dreamed up by two of Miller's friends and fellow Ohio State students, Korey Faulks and Regis Williams, to tell the story of Miller’s final year as a Buckeye.

"This is an idea that me and my friend Regis came up for him for his return to football. It’s new and in the workings," Faulks said. "We’re capturing a lot of footage and start putting it together."

The pair spent $1,800 on the flying camera as well as an iPad, memory card and other gear for their movie, and are hopeful the team will grant it access to in-season practices, and even a few games.

[Eleven Warriors]

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