Braxton Miller can flat out fly, and he's capable of exploding for big chunks of rushing yards on every given play. Having great speed, good vision, the ability to break tackles and a knack for knowing when to tuck the ball and run, he is one of the most dangerous QB's in the country with his feet.
Now that Miller will be put in Urban Meyer's spread offense, his talents will better be exploited, and he could really put up some huge numbers on the ground. However, has his passing game developed enough for him to put up Heisman numbers?
Though Miller completed 54.1 percent of his passes in his freshman campaign, before going 18-of-23 (78 percent) in the Gator Bowl, he literally completed just 50 percent of his passes. As demonstrated in the spring game, however, his passing game has improved immensely, and he looks very comfortable in the new offense.
Dating back to his years as the Utah Ute's head coach, Urban Meyer has coached some very successful quarterbacks, and Miller is the kind of guy he likes behind the center.
Does Miller have the skills that it takes to put up extraordinary passing and rushing numbers in the same season? If so, could that happen as early as his sophomore year? And will Ohio State win enough games for him to get Heisman recognition? I can't wait to find out!