Ohio State WR Braxton Miller "spent the better part of [Senior Bowl] week turning defensive backs around with incredible route-running, while also dazzling in individual agility drills," writes ESPN's Todd McShay.
Ohio State WR Braxton Miller went No. 24 to the Bengals in Chad Reuter's four-round mock draft.
Ohio State WR Braxton Miller caught two passes for eight yards in Saturday's Reese's Senior Bowl.
A panel of NFL scouts named Ohio State WR Braxton Miller the Senior Bowl Practice Player of the Week.
Per CBS Sports draft analyst Rob Rang, "no player drew more wows from the crowd this week" than Ohio State WR Braxton Miller.
NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah noted that it was "impossible to ignore [Ohio State WR Braxton Miller's] suddenness in his release as well as his ability to find another gear when the ball is in the air."
Ohio State WR Braxton Miller responded to a question about getting drafted by the Atlanta Falcons by saying he'd love to play with Julio Jones.
At Wednesday's Senior Bowl session, Ohio State WR Braxton Miller "did a great job of creating separation during one-on-one drills — the only plays during which he wasn’t open, he was being held — and looked very quick when running routes," according to Pro Football Focus.
Rotoworld's Josh Norris says Ohio State WR Braxton Miller's "movement is special at a position that can benefit from an athletic advantage."
Ohio State WR Braxton Miller patterns his game after Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown.
Ohio State WR Braxton Miller indicated that he never gave serious thought to transferring to Alabama.
Per NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks, "scouts are anxious to see how [Ohio State WR Braxton] Miller adapts to running routes in a pro system."
Ohio State WR Braxton Miller said his shoulder injury is 100 percent healthy ahead of the Senior Bowl.
Ohio State WR Braxton Miller caught two passes for 12 yards and ran the ball twice for 26 yards in the school's 44-28 win over Notre Dame.