Isn't a guy who is going to drive anyone off the football at the next level. Displays average range when asked to get out to the second level and hit a moving target. He will get a bit ahead of himself, struggle to break down and isn't the most coordinated of linemen in space. Will fall off defenders easily when trying to reach off his frame, allows himself to get overextend and isn't physical/sticky enough to lock out through the play.
Impression: A slightly above-average athlete who works hard and knows how to gain leverage with his hands. But isn't real physical, can be overwhelmed inside and isn't quite the type of athlete to make up for it as an NFL center."
Positive: Explosive offensive lineman who plays a smart brand of football. Plays low to the ground, bends his knees, and blocks with leverage. Explodes off the snap, quickly gets his hands into defenders, and fights with them throughout the action. Fires out to the second level, engaging linebackers than sealing them from the action. Quarterbacks the offensive line and effectively works with teammates.
Negative: Bends at the waist, plays stiff, and struggles finishing blocks. Lacks great size and strength and not a lineman who overpowers defenders.
Analysis: Miller has been a terrific lineman at Central Michigan and possesses all the skills necessary to be a reserve guard or center for a zone blocking team."