Originally Posted by Dedhed
That's my thought exactly. On the strong side, he has the ability to cover the TE, is a match up nightmare for a TE if he blitzes, and can move to the DL on 3rd down when a Sam normally comes off the field.
Its similar to what Matthews does in GB really, just with different semantics. Miller's got the versatility to give a creative DC a lot of options.
Although if he's the target we have to move back a little and try to get more value. Tough to do though, given that he's projected in the top 5 just about everywhere you look.
If he blows it up at the combine, he could move up even more.