The last time Braxton Miller was on the playing field for the Ohio St. Buckeyes, he was the starting quarterback. He missed the entire 2014 season due to injury and in his absence, the Buckeyes won the National Championship and he became the third-string QB. Because of that he decided to switch positions and become a wide receiver.

So how did he do in his first game in over a year? Well, he proved that he is still one of the most dynamic players in college football. Miller had two touchdowns and 140 all-purpose yards in Ohio State’s 42-24 victory over the Hokies.

And in the video above which is clearly the highlight of the game, Miller takes a snap and runs to his left into a crowd of defenders, and made one guy miss by busting out the best spin move on his way to scoring a touchdown.