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Steelers, Patriots & Chiefs View Ohio State WR Braxton Miller As A Second-Round Pick

Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net reports that three NFL teams — the Steelers, Patriots and Chiefs — all view Ohio State WR Braxton Miller as a second-round pick.

Last night mentioned Pauline Miller had moved into the early part of round two after a solid showing in Senior Bowl practices this week.

Others have been really impressed with Miller’s performance this week including¬†Matt Miller of B/R, who said that Miller was the biggest winner.

Miller mentioned that he looks like someone who had been playing the receiver position for a while now while adding that the defensive backs at the Senior Bowl couldn’t keep up with him this week.

Miller also believes Braxton could end up being a second-round pick when all is said and done.

Miller, 23, played quarterback for four years at Ohio State before converting to receiver for the 2015 season. Last year, Miller appeared in 13 games and totaled 25 receptions for 340 yards receiving to go along with 43 carries for 261 yards rushing and four total touchdowns.