Written by Andrew Worstell on July 27, 2014
You know Braxton Miller is dynamic running the football, but what about throwing it?
At 6’2″, 215 lbs., Miller is one of the best dual-threat quarterbacks in the nation. However, his inconsistencies as a passer have him falling just short of being the top senior QB. To his credit, though, Miller has improved each and every year he’s spent in Columbus, and that trend very well may continue.
Ever since taking over the starting job in the fourth game of the 2011 season, Miller’s wowed fans and B1G foes — one could make the argument he’s been the best Big Ten player during that time and a Heisman favorite this fall.