BRAXTON MILLER, WR, Ohio State
Miller did a great job converting to WR from QB after injuries, and the play of the Buckeyes other quarterbacks, forced the position switch. He’s got good size (6’1″, 201 lbs), naturally good hands, is a freak of an athlete, and shows dynamic play-making skills in the open field. The Seahawks love unique players, and they love great athletes. Miller is both. He caught 26 passes for 341 yards and 3 TD’s in his sole season as a wideout, and added another 260 yards with a TD on the ground.
Clearly he still has much to learn about the nuances of playing wide receiver, but scouts loved what they saw from him at the Senior Bowl. He should be a quick study.
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