Ohio State’s Braxton Miller may very well have a future in the NFL as a receiver, if his first catch was any indication.
The converted quarterback showed off an outstanding array of traits to haul in his first pass, which was underthrown by starting quarterback Cardale Jones. He dove for the ball, torquing his body and displaying incredible concentration to haul in the 24-yard pass.
If Miller can continue showing off elite-level skills at receiver, then he almost certainly has a chance to make an impact as a pass-catcher at the next level.
He’ll have all year to prove his worth in this capacity, but if he continues making plays like the one shown above then he’ll be in high demand when the 2016 NFL Draft kicks off next April in Chicago.