Reporting Daryl Ruiter
BEREA (92.3 The Fan) - The Cleveland Browns selected Colorado guard Ryan Miller in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Miller, who is 6-foot-8, 295 pounds, was selected 160th overall in the fifth round.
“I think I’ve got a lot more power in the legs, then I can bend and really extend that leverage out on guys on the inside,” Miller said. “With that height I also bring long arms.”
He set the school record for the most games started with 48 including the last 37 games of his collegiate career.
“I try to play nasty, I try to play vicious,” Miller said. “I’ll bleed, bite, claw, scratch to get the job done.”
Miller played guard for the Buffalo’s but many scouts project him as a right tackle.
“They took me as an o-lineman,” Miller said. “I’ll play guard or tackle. One of my better suits is that I’m versatile.”
He will definitely provide the Browns with more youth and depth up front.
The Browns acquired the pick from Denver in 2010 in the Brady Quinn-Peyton Hillis deal.