In a deep draft class at safety, it's easy for some prospects to be lost in the shuffle. There are no safeties that really stand out, but there are a lot that are similar in skill that rate around the same area.
Rontez Miles is one of those players that hasn't received much publicity. He comes from a small Division II school in Pennsylvania but proved he's more than capable of competing at a high level during combine workouts and in the Texas vs. The Nation game.
Unlike some of the other safety prospects, Miles is more of a project player. He won't start right away and will need some time to get used to the speed and skill level in the NFL.
He has shown the hunger and drive to improve, and if he can keep that same attitude, he can become a serviceable starter in the future.