Anthony Miller- WR- Memphis
If the Ravens do draft a wide receiver with the 65th selection, they shouldn’t rule out doubling down and drafting two. And we shouldn’t be surprised if they do go in that direction with the 65th and 83rd selections. While I think Michael Gallup has the highest ceiling, Anthony Miller is the biggest sleeper in this draft. And not just at his position.
The last two seasons for the Tigers, Miller has been a machine. Bringing in 191 receptions, 2896 yards and 22 touchdowns, averaging 15 yards a catch. Miller has had a chip on his shoulder ever since he graduated high school. Ever since he had to be a walk on at Memphis. After not a single division one football program came knocking at his door. And after two years of killing it at Memphis, it seems as if the NFL scouts are making the same mistakes the college ones did. “He’s too small. He’s not fast enough. Not big enough. Not the most athletic guy, for a skilled position player.” This isn’t the first time Miller has had to prove scouts and coaches wrong. So, this isn’t something knew. Its familiar territory.
Miller certainly made waves this season. Having six games where he went over hundred yards for Tiger offense. One of those games racking up over 200 yards and railing in 4 touchdowns against UCONN. By mid-season everybody knew his name and was talking about him. And where he would end up going. Baltimore would be the perfect fit. Having him play alongside a quarterback that also has something to prove at the next level? It would be quite the duo for the future.