2018 NFL Draft

Lamar Miller, RB

School: Miami (Fla.)  |  Conference: ACC
College Experience: Sophomore  |  Hometown: Miami, FL
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 212 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
6142
2011 Season
2011 Second Team All-ACC selection...Earned starts in all 12 games as the team's feature back ... Recorded the third-best single-season total in program history with 1,272 rushing yards ... Earned Second-Team All-ACC Honors... Finished second in the conference with an average of 106 rushing yards per game ... Recorded seven 100-yard games on the season, including a career-best 184-yard output against then-No. 17 Ohio State ... Led the team and finished tied for fourth in the conference with nine rushing touchdowns ... Rushed for 166 yards on 18 carries against then-No. 21 Virginia Tech ... Lone receiving touchdown of the season also came against the Hokies ... Scored a season-high two rushing touchdowns twice (Bethune-Cookman and Duke) ... Registered a career-best 79-yard run for a touchdown in the season finale against Boston College.
2010 Season
Played in 11 games, starting against Maryland ... Led team with six rushing touchdowns ... Ran 108 times for 646 yards, second-most on the team ... His 6.0 yards per carry average was the highest among rushers with at least 10 carries ... Ran for 163 yards against Virginia Tech, a season-high for the team ... Also ran for over 100 yards against Maryland ... Was twice named ACC Rookie of the Week following the Florida A&M game and the Virginia Tech game ... After rushing for 125 yards and a touchdown against Maryland, was named the Rivals.com National Rookie of the Week ... His 58.7 yards per game ranked eighth in the ACC ... Stepped up for conference games, rushing for 86.8 yards per ACC contest, third-best in the league.
2009 Season
Redshirt season.
High School
Ranked the No. 80 prospect in the nation, regardless of position, by Rivals.com, No. 10 ranked running back by Rivals.com, No. 12 running back by ESPN.com and No. 7 RB by Scout.com ... Parade All-American ... No. 119 best player among the ESPNU Top 150 ... Named first-team all-state by the Florida Sportswriters Association ... Led Dade County in rushing as senior rushing 217 times for 1,749 yards and 22 touchdowns ... As a junior, rushed 154 times for 1,126 yards with 12 scores ... Named Orlando Sentinel All-Southern (Fla.) and Mobile Press Register Super Southeast 120 ... Coached by Steve Smith.