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TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline hears that the Panthers are eyeing Southeastern Louisiana DB Harlan Miller as a potential third-round selection.

Two Panther defensive coaches worked out Miller earlier during the process. The team also wined and dined the 6-foot-1, 180-pounder. He shouldn't be considered a potential "Josh Norman replacement," but more a depth corner. Miller's lack of pure athleticism could scare off teams -- even teams who like his game-tape.
Apr 23 - 3:53 PM

The Panthers will host Southeastern Louisiana DB Harlan Miller for a visit in the next few weeks, according to Tony Pauline.

The Panthers also had dinner with the small school corner prior to his pro day. Miller attended the Senior Bowl and did not look out of place. However, his NFL Combine testing was horrendous. Per Zach Whitman, 99 percent of NFL corners have a higher SPARQ score than Miller. The Panthers are on the lookout for a slot corner after stating Bene Benwikere will start on the outside.
Mar 18 - 9:39 AM

NFL Media analyst Lance Zierlein "love[s]" SE Louisiana DB Harlan Miller's tape and willingness to defend the run, but has dropped the prospect's draft grade anyway due to poor athletic testing.

Miller checked into the Combine at 182 pounds, "awfully light for a physical cornerback who will be taking on much bigger running backs," Zierlein wrote. Miller somehow could only throw up six bench reps. Then, he ran a mediocre 4.65 40. "He's thin, lacks strength and didn't run well," Zierlein wrote. "He tested poorly in quickness drills as well. Love the tape, scared by the workout." What's unfortunate for Miller is that he had gained some real industry-wide momentum coming off a stellar Senior Bowl week. The Raiders were reportedly interested, at least at that time.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 14 - 8:32 PM

The NFL's interest in Louisiana DB Harlan Miller has "picked up steam since the Senior Bowl" and could work his way into Day 2, passes along TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.

"Teams were impressed with his play, ball skills and ability to shut down Oklahoma receiver Sterling Shepard during drills raised a few eyebrows," Pauline wrote. "I’m told Miller is expected to move his 6-foot frame across the 40 yards at the Combine in the low 4.4-second range, a time much faster than most expect. Good workouts in Indianapolis could secure Miller as a top-75 pick." Pauline himself currently grades Miller as a fifth-rounder. He reported last month that the Raiders were interested in the sub-division standout.
Feb 16 - 3:46 PM

NFL Media analyst Charles Davis noted that Southeastern Louisiana DB Harlan Miller is "making a case for being a very intriguing player to watch in the upcoming NFL draft."

Wrote Davis of his draft crush, "Miller was tremendous at the Senior Bowl [two weeks ago], competing and winning all week." Per TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline, the 6-foot-1, 180-pounder has been on the Raiders' radar as a potential deep dive in this spring's draft. Pauline himself sees Miller as a potential fifth-round selection.
Source: NFL.com
Feb 13 - 7:47 PM

TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline reports that the Raiders are impressed with Southeastern Louisiana DB Harlan Miller, Samford CB James Bradberry, Boise State S Darian Thompson and Southern Utah S Miles Killebrew.

Pauline grades Thompson as a second-rounder, Miler as a fifth-rounder, Killebrew as a fifth-to-sixth rounder and Bradberry as a sixth-rounder. These defensive backs aren't as well known Jalen Mills/Mackensie Alexander/Jalen Ramsey's of the world, so it appears that Oakland would like to identify a gem at the thrift shop in a few months.
Jan 27 - 6:56 PM

Southeastern Louisiana senior DB Harlan Miller accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Miller, a third-team FCS All-American last season with seven interceptions, is a two-time All-Southland Conference performer. NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter said Miller was probably a late-rounder over the summer. Then, in September, TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline reported that Miller was moving into middle-round territory. "Miller was stamped as a street free agent by area scouts but there as some who feel the small school corner is middle round worthy," Pauline wrote at the time. "He’s tall (6-feet), fluid, possesses excellent ball skills and terrific hands for the interception."
Source: Senior Bowl
Sun, Nov 29, 2015 09:42:00 AM

Southeastern Louisiana DB Harlan Miller has been invited to the Senior Bowl.

The 6'1/180 lbs Miller has been drawing praise from media evaluators since the summer. Southeastern Louisiana has produced some NFL players in recent years, especially at defensive back. The biggest name was Robert Alford, a second-round pick.
Fri, Nov 13, 2015 01:27:00 PM

Former Alabama and Georgia DL Jon Taylor transferred to Southeastern Louisiana.

Taylor is not eligible to use his final year of eligibility until 2016. Taylor spent the 2014 season at Copiah-Lincoln Community College. That season was sandwiched between dismissals from Georgia and Alabama over separate arrests. "While we are aware of past controversies, Jonathan has not been found guilty for the incidents he was accused of that led to his dismissal from his prior institutions," Southeastern Louisiana said in a statement Wednesday. "The Director of Athletics and Head Football Coach have met with Jonathan to outline the expectations of a Southeastern student-athlete. Southeastern Louisiana holds its student-athletes to high standards both on and off the field and we expect Jonathan, as well as all of our student-athletes, to adhere to those standards."
Source: ESPN.com
Thu, Sep 17, 2015 05:02:00 PM

Southeastern Louisiana senior CB Harlan Miller is moving into middle-round territory, reports TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.

Miller, a third-team FCS All-American last season with seven interceptions, missed three games with a dislocated shoulder, perhaps stunting preseason optimism. "Miller was stamped as a street free agent by area scouts but there as some who feel the small school corner is middle round worthy," Pauline wrote. "He’s tall (6-feet), fluid, possesses excellent ball skills and terrific hands for the interception." Miller picked off 12 passes over the past two years and already has three this year.
Wed, Sep 16, 2015 07:12:00 PM

Southeastern Louisiana senior CB Harlan Miller could become a "late-round pick," analyzes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.

The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Miller, a third-team FCS All-American last season with seven interceptions, missed three games last year with a dislocated shoulder. Miller has picked off 12 passes over the past two years.
Source: NFL.com
Sun, Aug 9, 2015 07:07:00 PM

Utah redshirt freshman QB Donovan Isom has transferred to Southeastern Louisiana.

Isom redshirted his only season at Utah, and the former three-star recruit will be immediately eligible to play for the Lions. The quarterback wanted to be closer to home after a fire destroyed his family's house. Bryan Bennett, an Oregon transfer, graduated from SE Louisiana last spring, so the school with have a new starting quarterback this season.
Wed, Jul 29, 2015 10:24:00 AM

Former Miami redshirt junior T Taylor Gadbois will transfer to Southeast Louisiana.

Gadbois was expected to start for Miami this season but faced a five game suspension prior to his departure. Gadbois "was a source of division in the locker room," according to ESPN's Andrea Adelson, and Joe Schad adds the offensive lineman feels comfortable with a former Miami coach on Southeast Louisiana's staff.
Tue, Jul 14, 2015 09:37:00 AM

Miami redshirt junior T Taylor Gadbois was facing a five game suspension prior to his dismissal, according to ESPN's Andrea Adelson.

Adelson adds Gadbois "was a source of division in the locker room." The dismissal was apparently a surprise for the offensive lineman who started five games at right tackle last season prior to suffering a knee injury. The Hurricanes OL will have a lot of new faces in 2015.
Source: ESPN
Fri, Jun 26, 2015 10:44:00 AM

Miami redshirt junior T Taylor Gadbois has been dismissed from the football program.

Gadbois saw his first starting action last season, opening a number of games as the first team right tackle. His season ended in October due to a right knee injury. As ESPN's Andrea Adelson points out, offensive line coach Art Kehoe will have quite a tall task in front of him as Miami is replacing two starting offensive linemen (now three) after Ereck Flowers and Jon Feliciano were drafted.
Thu, Jun 25, 2015 01:00:00 PM


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