Key stat: 24 catches, 329 yards, three TD receiving, 40 rushes, 234 yards, one TD rushing in 2015 after switching from quarterback to wide receiver The skinny: After a thrilling season opener against Virginia Tech (three catches, 79 yards, TD, five rushes, 61 yards, TD) that had some whispering Heisman after one week, Miller faded to the background a bit in the Buckeyes’ loaded offense. But the two-time Big Ten Player of the Year quarterback looked like a polished receiver and dangerous playmaker again at the Senior Bowl practices, and he built on a good (not great) combine with a 4.41 40-yard dash at his pro day. Reason he’ll rise in draft: Miller is a special athlete — his three-cone drill and shuttle times at the combine show that — with great open-field running ability. So do his two 1,000-yard rushing seasons as a college quarterback. He also appears to be quite coachable and fully committed to a position switch that really could pay off in a year or two. NFL teams like his intelligence and personality. Reason he’ll fall in draft: Impatient teams might want a more finished product on Day 2 of the draft, and Miller is still very green at the position. He might not have tremendous special-teams value, either, and he possesses neither elite size nor speed for receiver and might never be a true No. 1, even if he maxes out his potential. Scouting hot take: “I’d take a chance on him. He slimmed down and looked good at the [Senior Bowl] practices. The [Dallas Cowboys] coaches seemed to really like him there. … [He’s] competitive and wants to get better.” — AFC West area scout 49. Indiana OT Jason Spriggs48. Florida DL Jonathan Bullard47. Texas Tech OT Le’Raven Clark46. Arkansas TE Hunter Henry45. Oklahoma WR Sterling Shepard44. Michigan State QB Connor Cook43. West Virginia S Karl Joseph42. Michigan State DE-OLB Shilique Calhoun41. Notre Dame WR Will Fuller40. Pitt WR Tyler Boyd39. Oklahoma State DE Emmanuel Ogbah38. Alabama DE-DT A’Shawn Robinson37. Mississippi State QB Dak Prescott36. Memphis QB Paxton Lynch35. Alabama C Ryan Kelly 34. Louisiana Tech DT Vernon Butler33. Ole Miss DT Robert Nkemdiche32. Georgia DE-OLB Leonard Floyd31. USC S-LB Su’a Cravens30. Alabama LB Reggie Ragland29. Mississippi State DT-DE Chris Jones28. Baylor NT Andrew Billings27. Notre Dame LB Jaylon Smith26. Houston CB William Jackson III25. Alabama RB Derrick Henry24. Ohio State CB Eli Apple Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Eric_Edholm Source.