Sixth Round: Scott Miller, WR, Bowling Green
With their sixth round pick, at the end of the round, the Buccaneers looked at a picture of Adam Humphries and tried to find the player who looked close to him to try and find the same production. After Humphries signed with the Tennessee Titans this offseason, the Buccaneers drafted Scott Miller of Bowling Green as his potential replacement on day-three.
Miller saw significant playing time over the last three years of his collegiate career at Bowling Green, and as a result, the Buccaneers take a chance on this MAC talent. Finishing his career with 215 total catches for the Falcons, Miller recorded over 2,800 yards and 23 touchdowns in that span. Having his most productive season in 2018, Miller tallied 1,148 yards receiving and nine touchdowns on 71 catches.
Having to prove himself at his pro day after being snubbed from the combine at the beginning of March, Miller caught the attention of the Buccaneers. While he measured in at just 5’9 and 174 pounds, Miller ran a blazing 4.36 second 40 yard dash and hit below the seven second mark on his 3-cone drill as well; Miller also hit 34 inches on his vertical jump and 10’3 feet on his broad jump. This combination of speed and agility from the slot has the potential to be lethal in Tampa Bay.