Braxton Miller Shows Off Sick Moves at Senior Bowl Practice (Video)
Braxton Miller was supposed to be the Ohio State Buckeyes’ starting quarterback in 2014. However, he injured his shoulder in training camp and had to sit out the entire season. Then second-stringer J.T. Barrett took over starting duties and led the Buckeyes to an 11-1 record. Then Barrett broke his ankle in the last game of the regular season and third stringer Cardale Jones took over. And Jones then led the Buckeyes to wins in the Big Ten Championship Game, the CFP semifinal, and the CFP Championship Game.
Come training camp ahead of the 2015 season, Miller saw the writing on the wall: he was not getting his starting QB job back. So he decided to pull a Tyrell Pryor and switch to wide receiver. And it didn’t take long for him to show off his game-changing potential at his new position.
Now Miller is getting ready for the NFL draft process, the first step of which is this weekend’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
Judging by his sick moves in practice this week, Miller is ready to put on a show:
Don’t be surprised if Miller’s stock goes up over the next few months and he winds up getting picked in the second round. The kid is good.
Hat Tip – [Bleacher Report]