1. Braxton Miller, WR
The Texans spent a first round pick on Will Fuller out of Notre Dame to be a deep-threat receiver. They also spent a third round selection on a deep-play guy in Ohio State’s Braxton Miller.
Miller spent most of his career at OSU playing quarterback for the Buckeyes. He realized that to make it at the next level though he needed to switch to receiver. After doing so for his final season in college the Texans decided they saw enough to use a pick on him.
It didn’t take long to start thinking they made a wise choice as Miller had a shared team-high four catches for 34-yards. His most impressive catch was his sideline snatch from Savage in the third quarter.
Miller has a serious shot at becoming the main slot receiver as early as his rookie season for the Texans. His size and speed are great for the position and he has above average hands.
His transition to receiver has been phenomenal and the Texans may end up looking brilliant for this draft pick.