Former quarterback turned wide receiver Braxton Miller showed us all why Urban Meyer and Ohio State are extremely lucky to have him.

If you’re a Playstation 4 gamer and occasionally take in a game of Madden NFL 16 from time to time, you surely know what the circle button does.

Circle is the button to make the ball-carrier perform a nasty spin move on the defender. While some Madden versions it works better than others, it’s often become the most popular move.

This is unlike real life as the spin move is a dangerous action which leaves the ball-carrier in a vulnerable position.

To Ohio State’s Braxton Miller, the circle button is all he knew on Monday night. Check out Miller – the converted quarterback who now plays wide receiver for Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes – as he spins and leaves defenders in the dust on this 53-yard touchdown.

It helped Ohio State destroy Virginia Tech 42-24. Miller also gave props to The King after the score, mimicking his “silencer” celebration:

LeBron James most definitely took notice:

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