NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on John Miller

Photo: Tim Haag/
Photo: Tim Haag/

A few days ago, I posted John Miller’s results from the NFL Combine in the tests he participated in. This one is a little different. This will show his measurements and the analysis on him from It also gives his grade, and what that number means as a projection for him as a pro.

Height: 6’2″

Arm Length: 33 1/4″

Weight: 303 lbs

Hands: 10 1/4″

Analysis from


Has power in his bulky upper body to bury his down-blocks. Features power in his hands to redirect. Has enough straight-line movement to pull on short side with reasonable effectiveness.


Tight throughout his lower body and plays with poor leverage. Gives ground to power. Slow feet. Tries to reach and lunge rather than sliding feet into position. Waist-bender who will panic when beaten.

Click here to read more strengths and weaknesses for Miller on


Alvin Bailey


Miller isn’t the most nimble athlete at the guard position and he will be limited by scheme fit, but the pure power in his upper body and his hands have scouts excited and there is a belief that he will be better as a pro than he was in college.

Grade from

5.52 – Chance to become NFL starter

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