Von Miller will likely be a top-three pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, but it's not certain who will be taking him. The Denver Broncos could be the team to choose the linebacker from Texas A&M with the No. 2 pick.
ESPN's Todd McShay said he thinks Miller will be taken before Marcell Dareus, a defensive tackle out of Alabama. Here's what McShay had to say about Miller:
"Miller is a bit undersized for a 4-3 defensive end, but he has room to add a little bulk to his frame and will help provide the Broncos with an improved pass rush."
This differs from the opinion of many experts at NFL.com, who think Dareus will be taken by the Broncos. They also believe that Miller will land with the Buffalo Bills at No. 3. The Bills will be selecting a defensive player with their first-round pick unless Cam Newton isn't chosen by the Carolina Panthers.
Then, the Bills would have a monumental choice to make.
The Miller/Dareus argument will not end until one of the two is taken. After that, the battle of the QBs will be the talk of the draft. Five well-known passers are entered into this year's draft. Some are a little skeptical about the choices at quarterback in the 2011 class.
Who do you think will go first, Miller or Dareus?
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