Hall of Fame WR helping Braxton Miller prepare for NFL

Former Ohio State wide receiver Braxton Miller has been climbing up team’s draft boards and right now, he may be taken as early as the second round. He is easily one of the most athletic players in the Draft this year, but he still knows that he can get better.

On Tuesday, Miller shared a photo of him hanging out with Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter in Florida. It seems that Carter is helping the future wide receiver prepare for the NFL.

Considering that Carter is one of the best players in the history of the NFL as he recorded eight consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. He is certainly the best person to help Miller, who has only be a wide receiver for one year after making the switch from quarterback ahead of the 2015 season.

Miller also says he wants to break the Combine record for fastest 40-yard dash time.

“It’s going to be a low 4.3, but I want to run 4.28 seconds,” Miller told Yahoo! Sports at the Senior Bowl.

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