T-shirt shows Texans receiver gliding by Cubs slugger in high school

HOUSTON – "I made Kyle choose baseball"

Houston Texans rookie receiver Braxton Miller recently put a new shirt up for sale on his website.

On the white T-shirt is a photo of Miller effortlessly gliding by Chicago Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber during a high school football game.

Miller spent his high school days at Hubert Heights Wayne High School in Ohio, while Schwarber went to Middletown High School, also in Ohio.

Miller went on to guide Ohio State to a national championship in 2014, a Fiesta Bowl win in 2016 and a Sugar Bowl win in 2015. He was the Big Ten's Most Valuable Player twice and also was named the conference's Freshman of the Year in 2011.

Schwarber switched sports at the collegiate level and went to Indiana University before climbing the minor league ladder to the majors. It's worth noting that Schwarber was an all-state middle linebacker in Ohio during his high school years.

Schwarber was a first-round pick by the Cubs in 2014.

Miller was drafted by the Texans in the third round in 2016.

It's safe to say both of the men made the correct decision in life.