BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter who moved to guard as a senior after playing the previous year and a half at right tackle.
POSITIVES: Miller has been effective for Mississippi the past three years and is a former college tackle with ability at guard in the
NFL. He lacks top athleticism yet could play in a system which reduces his area responsibilities.
NEGATIVES: Lacks lateral blocking range, not light on his feet and rumbles about the field. Exploited by small, speedy defenders.
ANALYSIS: Powerful run blocking lineman best in a small area. Bends his knees, blocks with a wide base and keeps his feet moving. Strong
at the point, jolts defenders with good hand punch and easily steers them from their angle of attack. Quick out to the second
level and effectively adjusts the oncoming defenders. Blocks with a nasty attitude working hard to finish off opponents and
easily controls defenders once he gets his hands on them.