Summary: Darius Miller has been overshadowed throughout his entire career due to all the one-and-dones who have been in Lexington. During his time at Kentucky, though, he has been an underrated player and adapted to any role that he has been asked to play. I think some team could take him late in the first round and hope he can play a role off the bench. Most draft experts target him as a second-round pick, but I really like what he offers with his versatility on both ends of the floor.
Player Comparison: Shane Battier. I told you I was high on Miller. Picture Batter later in his career; a guy who defends a few different positions, knocks down open shots, plays hard and knows his role. I really believe Miller can be that type of player at the next level.
I would be shocked if Lamar Jackson is taken in the first round...let alone first 3 or 4 rounds. Has anyone actually watched him try to throw a ball? He's terrible. He's only completing about 50% of his passes against weak ACC schools. His running won't translate to NFL so we should really be looking at his passing. Will be a bigger flop that Johnny Manziel.
Another week of great NFL games and College games brings us closer to the draft, which is the best thing to look forward to if you're a fan of a bad team. Again, I made my own order, but with each week it's looking more and more stable with teams beginning to separate themselves. Also, do not hesitate to tell me I'm wrong, I love feedback and banter.