Top 10 wide receivers in the 2016 NFL Draft

[tps_title]9. Braxton Miller – WR, Ohio State[/tps_title]

  • Redshirt Senior
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 204
  • Proj. 40 Time: 4.40
  • Proj. Round: 2-4

2015 Stats: 26 catches, 341 yards, 3 touchdowns

Overview: A jack of all trades, Miller is still a very raw receiving prospect after making the transition from quarterback. There is no doubt the ability and potential is there, but you cannot get by on athleticism alone as a WR in the NFL. Route running can be taught, athleticism cannot.  He appears to have natural hands with uncanny open field vision. The NFL loves playmakers and that’s exactly what Miller is. So far, he is showing off his skill set at Senior Bowl practices and his stock will only continue to rise if he can back his on-field play with a solid combine.

NFL Comparison: Percy Harvin

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