Ohio State WR Braxton Miller Puts the Moves on DBs at Senior Bowl Practice

Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistJanuary 28, 2016

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There's no doubt Ohio State Buckeyes receiver Braxton Miller has some wicked moves in his repertoire, and now that he's looking to showcase his skills for NFL scouts, it's time for him to put his best moves on display.

And that's bad news for defensive backs at the Senior Bowl.

On Thursday, the quarterback-turned-wideout showed he is more than capable of beating some of the best defensive backs in college football. You'd never be able to tell he's been playing the position less than a year based on these clips.

While the Vine above shows Miller doing a defensive back dirty, he also beat Northern Iowa's Deiondre' Hall for a touchdown at one point.

Warning: Video contains NSFW language.

Miller's moves have certainly made a good impression on Texas A&M receiver Christian Kirk:

No matter how many times he's seen his teammate do stuff like this, Ohio State safety Vonn Bell is always a fan:

After seeing all of this, no wonder the Washington Post's Master Tesfatsion wrote that Miller's NFL draft stock is rising.

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