5. Anthony Miller – Memphis
Anthony Miller isn’t huge, he’s 5’11” 190 pounds, but what he lacks in size he makes up for in quickness and elusiveness. He finished last year with 92 catches for 1,462 yards and 18 touchdowns, his second 1,000+ yard, 10+ touchdown season in a row.
Miller has an excellent ability to make defenders miss after the catch, and he’s the kind of big play guy who could be a significant contributor in the NFL.
I don’t necessarily think Miller is going to go in the first round, but I wouldn’t be shocked if he gets taken early on day two of the NFL Draft, and if he falls to the Baltimore Ravens in the second round, he would be an interesting investment.