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3rd Round Continued Via Trade

Oct 26, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Louisville Cardinals wide receiver Damian Copeland (7) is picked up by offensive linesman John Miller (70) after he scored a touchdown against the South Florida Bulls during the first quarter at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

With the 96th overall pick in the 2015 draft via trade  with New England the Buffalo Bills select John Miller Guard Louisville University. John Miller is another big bodied bruising Guard who will come in and challenge for a starting position. Miller is a great prospect at guard who is a four year starter and one that is shown extreme durability in a position group that go through the most wear and tear out of any position on the field. The Lousiville product shows the fluidity and smoothness in his movement that is looked for in a pro ready prospect. Although there are some detraction’s on the big boy’s game, some say at times instead of waiting for pass rushers to make the first move he will tend to attack the rusher and lose his footing and balance. Miller is going to compete for a starting spot in Greg Roman’s ground and pound scheme and the Heavy offense in Orchard Park gets another piece to the puzzle. Miller will be a great addition in the run game and a true friend to Shady McCoy and who ever is going to be playing Quarterback for Western New York’s most beloved franchise.