Von Miller Draft Profile

LB Von Miller ~ Texas A&M

Measurables
Height – 6’3”
Weight – 246
40 yard dash (combine) – 4.53
Broad jump (combine) – 10’6”
Vertical leap (combine) – 37.0 inches
3 cone drill (combine) – 6.70
60 yard shuttle (combine) – 11.15

Career statistics
2007 – 23 tackles, 2 sacks
2008 – 44 tackles, 3 sacks
2009 – 43 tackles, 17 sacks
2010 – 68 tackles, 11 sacks, 1 int

Career accomplishments & awards
2010 Butkus Award winner
2010 First team All-American
2010 First team All-Big 12
2009 First team All-American
2009 First team All-Big 12
2009 NCAA sacks leader (17)
2007 Freshman All Big 12

My take
Miller won the 2010 Butkus award for a reason, he simply was the most exciting, productive linebacker in he nation. One of his best qualities is his versatility and all-around skill set. He lead the nation in sacks in 2007 as a 4-3 defensive end, then came back in a completely different scheme as a 3-4 outside linebacker and won the Butkus award. His tape was so impressive and fun to watch that I didn’t want it to end. Miller ran a 4.53 at the combine, had the fastest 60 yard shuttle, and the fastest 3 cone drill for a reason. His game speed is more impressive then all of these numbers. Miller is the total package with so much energy, it could uplift an entire defense and he could be a building block for a defense. He can go as high to the Denver Broncos at #2, and no lower then Arizona at #5 overall. I expect him to compete with Patrick Peterson for Defensive Rookie of the Year and even a Pro Bowl.