Braxton Miller is only in his second year as a receiver. Judging by the early results, he could be a star.
The third-round pick had an impressive one-handed catch on Tuesday as the Houston Texans shared the practice highlight on Twitter.
The #Texans got back to work today.
See for yourself.
— #TexansCamp (@HoustonTexans) August 16, 2016
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer retweeted the catch while the Ohio State football account seemed almost speechless.
— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) August 16, 2016
In his first professional game this past Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers, Miller made four catches for 34 yards. His four grabs were tied for the most on the team with Jaelen Strong.
— NFL (@NFL) August 15, 2016
After three seasons as Ohio State’s starting QB, Miller missed the 2014 season due to a shoulder injury and had to take a redshirt. He then moved to receiver for his final season in 2015, catching 25 passes for 340 yards and 3 TDs. He also continued to show his running skills on the ground, rushing for 261 yards and a TD.
Miller and the Texans play this Saturday against New Orleans in their second preseason game.