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Harlan Miller CB 600 182 S.E. Louisiana

According to NFL.com., he ran a 4.57 forty (which doesn't sound very impressive) but his SS was 4.35. Sounds like a possible nickel corner.

Named third-team FCS All-American by The Associated Press as a junior, despite fighting through a dislocated shoulder that cost him three games. He won second-team AP All-American in 2015. He's picked off 11 passes and broke up 22 others over the past three years Also proved he could make plays on the other side of the line of scrimmage as a senior - six tackles for loss,returning punts (15 for 175 yards), Looks to join former teammate Robert Alford (drafted in the second round by Atlanta in 2013).

STRENGTHS Plays with quick, darting feet and has the ability to mirror and match receivers' movements down the field. Is always in hot pursuit in run support and is willing to sprint across the field to get into the action. Tenacious wrap-up tackler. Tall with good arm length. Will actively look for chances to make plays outside his area. In press, reads direction of release and slides feet in front of receiver to impede his route. Able to shift weight and change direction instantly. Hard-­charging competitor with ball skills to boot.

WEAKNESSES Thin /scouts question whether or not he can carry much more weight. Aggressiveness can get him in trouble. Will get caught peeking into backfield at play-­action and allow his man to get a jump on him from time to time. The footwork is there, but needs to improve angles to the ball to make more plays. Slow 40 time and overall disappointing combine likely to ding his draft stock.

BOTTOM LINE With his abundance of energy and tenacious playing style, it's hard not to love watching Harlan Miller play. While Miller is a willing tackler and shows the feet to mirror and match in space, his poor speed and quickness testing at the NFL Scouting Combine raises serious questions when combined with his thin frame. Miller's strong week at the Senior Bowl will work in his favor, but he might be a good third cornerback rather than a full-time starter."

 

 

 

 

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