2017 NFL DRAFT

Braxton Miller, WR

School: Ohio State  |  Conference: BIG10
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Huber Heights, OH
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 201 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
7492-3
Game Log
 ReceivingRushing
GamedateOppResultRecYdsAvgTDAttYdsAvgTD
09/07@VATECHW 42-2437926.3156112.21
09/12HAWAIIW 38-02168.008577.10
09/19NILLW 20-1300-0471.80
09/26WMICHW 38-1222713.504112.80
10/03@INDW 34-271-9-9.0011414.00
10/10MDW 49-2857915.813113.70
10/17PSUW 38-104338.314307.50
10/24@RUTW 49-725527.5011616.00
11/07MINNW 28-1414545.005112.20
11/14@ILLW 28-32-4-2.0000-0
11/21MICHSTL 14-17133.00294.50
11/28@MICHW 42-13155.00372.30
01/01NDW 44-282126.0022613.00
Passing Stats
SeasonTEAMGATTCOMPYDSINTTDSSACKEDRATING
2011-12Ohio State1215785115901339138.4
2012-13Ohio State12254148203961528140.5
2013-14Ohio State12255162209472421158.1
2015-16Ohio State13113000125.2
TOTAL 49667396529505288146.7
Rushing
SeasonTEAMGATTYDSTDS
2011-12Ohio State121597157
2012-13Ohio State12227127113
2013-14Ohio State12171106812
2015-16Ohio State13422601
TOTAL 49599331433
Receiving
SeasonTEAMGRECPTYDSTDS
2015-16Ohio State13263413
TOTAL 49263413
Fumbles
SeasonTEAMGFUMBFUMBLOST
2011-12Ohio State1283
2012-13Ohio State1295
2013-14Ohio State12105
2015-16Ohio State1330
TOTAL 493013
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09/13/2015 - Braxton Miller was unusually quiet, save for one big block using his right shoulder that's been surgically repaired twice. It wasn't a flashy touchdown like the two he had in No. 1 Ohio State's first game, but the play against Hawaii helped build confidence for the former quarterback who's faced several different tests of the shoulder early this season. Miller led with his right shoulder for a key block on Saturday to spring punt returner Jalin Marshall for a 32-yard return. The play was defining for Miller as he recovers while playing a new position in part because of a logjam at quarterback for the top-ranked national champions. Former NFL and Ohio State receiver Cris Carter noticed, sending Miller a tweet: "Nice block." "Appreciate it brother," Miller replied after the 38-0 win. "Had to protect him lol."

Miller tells everyone the shoulder doesn't hinder him. He first hurt it during the 2014 Orange Bowl against Clemson, then sat out last season when he reinjured it 13 months ago on a non-contact play. After a splashy first game against Virginia Tech with a 54-yard touchdown catch and 53-yard touchdown run, Miller was limited to 46 yards on six carries and a 6-yard catch against Hawaii. The block came because he volunteered to be part of the punt return unit. "Whatever I do on the field, I just want to be the best at it," said Miller, fourth in Ohio State passing history with 52 touchdowns and the Big Ten's most valuable player in 2012 and 2013. - AP Sports

 

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