Many "experts" have Lamar Miller as the second-best running back in the 2012 NFL draft class, but I just don't see it that way. While the former Miami star is going to be a really good running back at the next level, I have Doug Martin ranked over him.
With that said, Miller does bring a lot to the table and should be a solid every-down back in the National Football League.
This position has taken somewhat of a hit in regards to value in the draft. Most franchises believe they can get a top-of-the-line back later in the draft, and it does indeed work that way at times. Just take a look at LeSean McCoy (second round), Frank Gore (third round) and Arian Foster (undrafted).
This doesn't mean teams should look in another direction when one of the most talented running backs in the draft is staring them in the face. Miller is in this "elite" group and his draft position should dictate that.
This article is going to focus on a few different strengths and weaknesses to his game.