Braxton Miller’s 60-Yard Shuttle Time At NFL Combine Tops Wide Receivers

    Braxton Miller's 60-yard shuttle time at the NFL Combine led all wide receivers.

    February 27, 2016

    Braxton Miller’s 60-yard shuttle time at the NFL Combine led all wide receivers.

    The Ohio State Buckeyes set the standard for players invited to the NFL Combine this year with 14 total. One of those making an appearance in Indianapolis was former Ohio State quarterback-turned-wide receiver Braxton Miller.

    Miller’s 4.50-second 40-yard dash time wasn’t exactly blazing down the line, but it was fast enough. Besides, Miller opened eyes in another test at the Combine: the 60-yard shuttle.

    Miller posted a time of 10.84 seconds, which led all wide receivers. It was also tied for the second-fastest time in the 60-yard shuttle by a wide receiver since 2006 when the NFL began putting the Combine results online.

    Miller now shares the No. 2 spot with former Louisville wide receiver Damian Copeland, who set his mark in 2014. Who has the record for the 60-yard shuttle? Well, that belongs to Brandin Cooks, who put up a time of 10.72 seconds in 2014.

    It doesn’t mean a whole lot, but it’s certainly impressive for Miller, who is fighting to make his way into the backend of the first round.

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