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Justin Miller CB Clemson 5’11 200 Jr.
By: Robert Davis

Justin Miller made an immediate impact upon his arrival at Clemson. As a true freshman, he intercepted 8 passes, leading the nation’s freshman in that category, and averaged 35 yards per kick return. He was a unanimous selection for various freshman all-american teams. His defensive numbers dipped a little over the next two seasons, as he only totaled 5 interceptions during his sophomore and junior seasons, but teams were staying away from him, limiting his chances. He ended up with 4 special teams touchdowns during his career, three of them coming during his junior campaign.

Justin Miller is an awesome all around athlete. He has excellent speed, and agility. He can easily turn and run with the best of them. He has great ball skills with 13 career interceptions, and makes a lot of plays on the ball. He is physical and willing to crash the line in run support. He brings double duty as he is a great return man as well.

The only negative with Miller is his size. He doesn’t appear quite as big as his listed size, but he plays bigger with his attitude and toughness.

There may not be a better playmaking corner in this draft than Justin Miller. He reminds me a lot of Atlanta’s first round pick last year, DeAngelo Hall with his skills and return ability. If he checks out at a legit 5’11, Miller could hear his name called in the Top 12 of this draft. If not, he will still be taken in the first round somewhere, and should develop into a great corner for someone.

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