by Drew Boylhart
SR Staff Writer
February 2005
Justin Miller   CB   Clemson

Justin is an excellent overall athlete with good size, speed and strength for his position. He has solid techniques and plays his position with ease. He is smart and to be honest, he just is a lot more athletic than any WR that I have seen him up against. He returns punts and even plays on offense at times. He has the potential to be an impact player at the next level.


Needs to Improve

His game needs some refining, but I have no doubt he will do it all.


Talent Board Round  1
Justin is just a great athlete and reminds me a lot of Deion Sanders. He has the same gait when he runs and is always looking around for a big play. In fact, he gets frustrated if he doesn’t make a big play. He can learn nothing more at the college level and is smart to come out now. No one throws to his side anymore, so as far as learning better techniques, fugetaboutit! He is not being challenged right now and the only place that he will be challenged is in the NFL going up against WR’s like T. Owens and R. Moss. He looks to be a sure shutdown cover corner, but as long as he was in college, no one knew for certain. At this stage of the draft, you have to consider him a top ten pick and I think he just might be as good as Deion…but time will tell.