Braxton Miller's having quite a week at the Senior Bowl and his NFL Draft stock seems to be rising because of it.
According to NFL Draft analyst Tony Pauline, multiple teams would like to draft the former Ohio State star in the second round.
Miller, who starred at quarterback for the Buckeyes for three seasons, played this past season at wide receiver. Analysts and scouts at the Senior Bowl have been raving about Miller's transition to the position.
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If Miller runs the 40-yard dash time he's shooting for at the NFL Combine (sub-4.3), he might not last until the second round.
The NFL Draft begins on April 28.