Miller's Stock Climbing

by - Correspondent -

The NFL Draft will begin on Saturday. Justin Miller does project to go in the first round, but he still may have to wait four hours before hearing his name called. The first round last year lasted almost five hours. Miller projects to go between 26th and 32nd.

The Jets and Patriots are two teams in need of a corner that are looking a Miller. Miller would fit perfectly with both teams. The Jets and Patriots also need a return man. There was no better return man in college football this past season than Miller. Miller's explosiveness maybe what has helped push him into the first round. The Patriots have shown that they love versatile players, and Miller is one of the more versatile players in the draft.

Miller has legit NFL speed and good ball skills. He returned to form his junior season after a disappointing sophomore season. Miller hopes to become Tommy Bowden's first signee to be drafted in the first round. Rod Gardner was the last Tiger to be selected in the first round, but he signed under Tommy West.

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