Round 6, Pick 197: Shareef Miller, DE
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Miller is extremely undersized for the pro game, but he could also wind up being a nice value pick for someone who takes a chance on him later in the draft. At six-foot-four and 254 pounds, his light frame could result in him being pushed around if he was left in for all four downs, but if used in a situational setting, he could flourish.
In 2018, he tallied 41 tackles and 7.5 sacks. Don’t you think Philly would be happy with that type of production from a rookie? Sure the NFL is a different beast. Sure, the we’ve already said Philly’s taking two pass rushers prior to this one. Sure, they could probably take another linebacker or corner, but look at it this way.
In the NFL, you can never have too many pass rushers. We’ll see how many ‘The Birds’ really take over the next few days.