Matt Miller of B/R reports that Ohio State WR Braxton Miller was actually clocked by NFL teams faster than his official 40-yard dash time at the Combine.
Teams have told Miller that they clocked Braxton between 4.38-4.43 rather than the official 4.5 time he posted.
According to Miller, teams don’t use the laser times because it goes on first movement rather than when a guy starts his run.
Interestingly enough, Miller mentions that the Seahawks, Rams and Bengals are a few teams with interest in taking the Ohio State product. Miller adds that Braxton could actually come off the board towards the end of round one.
Miller, 23, actually made the move to receiver in 2015 after playing quarterback for the first four years of his career at Ohio State.
During his senior season, Miller recorded 25 receptions for 340 yards receiving and three touchdowns to go along with 261 yards rushing and a rushing touchdown for the Buckeyes.