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Joshua Miles OT
xx Joshua Miles OT x Morgan State 6050 314 xx

Not written up by PFW, Lindy's or Athlon

He grew up, as he put it, “watching the greats.” There was Ogden, the Ravens’ behemoth Hall of Fame tackle. There was linebacker Ray Lewis, whose squirrel dance he imitated as a Randallstown Panthers youth football standout. He once got to meet Ed Reed, another living legend. They once stood where he has found himself this week in Indianapolis, inching toward a professional football career, on the verge of the next level. But Miles, for all his potential, does not have what those Ravens did when they were only prospects. He lacks a certain pedigree.: Ogden went to UCLA, Lewis and Reed to Miami. Miles played in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, a Football Championship Subdivision member rarely seen on ESPN. The Bears last had a winning season in 2014. They were swathed in the spotlight. He was named MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Week three times during the season, allowed one sack and still received only third-team all-league honors. That frustrated him. Still, he understands the broader picture. "Honestly, HBCU football has so much talent,” he said, referring to historically black colleges and universities. “And the MEAC, I feel, is a hotbed for that. We've pumped out in the last few years several big-name athletes: [Indianapolis Colts linebacker] Darius Leonard, All-Pro. [Chicago Bears running back] Tarik Cohen, All-Pro, Pro Bowl guy this year. [Oakland offensive tackle] Brandon Parker, soon-to-be All Pro guy for the Raiders. Just really talented guys. “So there's a lot of pride playing black college football. Morgan State, however, has the most Hall of Famers of any HBCU. So, you know, maybe you're looking at a future one here." - Baltimore Sun

Miles started all of this past season at left tackle, but has played guard as well and could provide some solid depth because of his versatility. He has great size at 6-feet 5, 314 pounds and outstanding measurements – a 36-inch wingspan and size 11 hands. He was an All-MEAC performer for the Bears, played in the East-West Shrine game, and was a participant in the NFL Scouting Combine - MSU Athletics

Not written up by Lindy's

Not written up by Athlon

Not listed in Combine. Forty: ...Ten: BP: 14 ...3C: ...VJ: ...BJ: ...Hand: ...Arm: ....

 

 

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