After winning an award Braxton Miller the Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback is starting to talk foolish. He isn't ready for the NFL and if he choices to move into the up-coming draft I think he will realize what a huge mistake his is making.
He draft stock would be much-higher if he played for the Buckeyes one more season and learned how to become a pocket Passer. Quarterback like Miller don't last long in the NFL. He would face the very best defenses on the planet and he would quickly find out, he can't run the football on every play.
He should have learned that lesson after the MSU game last week. He needs another year to hone his skills as a quarterback. He needs to be able to develop a pocket presence that enables him to throw the ball more.
Running quarterbacks don't last long in the NFL. Miller needs to understand he isn't ready for prime time yet and another year under Urban Meyer is the best thing he can do right now.
Braxton Miller isn't thinking with his head, he has to be under the influence of money. He would do far better with another year of college football under his belt and lets face it, the draft of 2015 doesn't exactly look like it is going to be full of quarterbacks.
Miller could even go on to win the Heisman trophy if he were to return and lead the Buckeyes for another season. It is time for Braxton Miller to stop and really think about not returning to the Buckeyes. One more year in the program will greatly enhance his opportunities in the 2015 draft.
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