Ohio State graduate Braxton Miller has been added to the Senior Bowl watch list as a wide receiver.
11 Warriors' Ross Fulton expects Ohio State HC Urban Meyer to target 15 touches for senior Braxton Miller in every game.
Ohio State HC Urban Meyer announced graduate Braxton Miller is now a "full-time wide receiver."
Ohio State graduate Braxton Miller has changed his jersey number, from No. 5 to No. 1.
Ohio State graduate QB/H-back Braxton Miller "could land in the top half of the draft" if he is "able to consistently snare passes from [J.T.] Barrett or [Cardale] Jones" in his new role of H-back, notes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
Ohio State graduate QB/H-back Braxton Miller "has one of the best first steps in college football, but he's also a nifty runner with impressive elusiveness," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
An NFC scout said his team has two grades on Ohio State graduate Braxton Miller, with the "athlete" grade "much… better."
ESPN's Steve Muench believes a position change will help Ohio State graduate QB/H-back Braxton Miller's draft position because he "didn't project as an early-round quarterback despite his considerable talents."
NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt believes Ohio State graduate Braxton Miller is "really built to be a running back" and reminds him of "Paul Hornung when he was at Notre Dame."
Ohio State graduate Braxton Miller could have the "capability of serving as an emergency quarterback at the next level, saving a roster spot due to his versatility," CBS Sports' Dane Brugler notes.
Braxton Miller's father says his son still considers himself a QB first and a move to a hybrid receiver position is a backup plan.
Ohio State graduate Braxton Miller told SI's Pete Thamel he is moving to H-back for the 2015 season.
Les Miles says LSU "would've loved to have been in the running for" OSU graduate QB Braxton Miller if he expressed interest in transferring.
Ohio State graduate QB Braxton Miller said his son will also attend the university.