NFL Combine: Josh Miles interview post NFL combine
Former Morgan State offensive lineman Josh Miles completed the NFL combine last weekend. Miles looks to be the first player drafted from Morgan State since 2003, for more on that story go here.
Mile was once again nice enough to answer some questions about his experience at the NFL Combine. Miles currently has a draft grade at 5.32 which is ranked as having NFL backup potential and special teams player.
Miles met with every NFL team and had formal interviews with the Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles and Carolina Panthers. Several teams asked him to workout with them before the draft.
“I think my vertical was the best drill,” Miles said. “I showed my explosiveness.”
Miles had a 36 inches verticle jump. Miles said his 40 time he needs to improve on the most. Miles had a 5.32 unofficial 40 yard dash. Miles said that he wants to improve on all the drills at his pro day.
Miles had a 109 inch broad jump, completed the three-cone drill in 8.07 seconds and completed the 20 yard shuffle in 4.75 seconds.
“I have a few private workouts coming up with a few teams showing some real interest,” Miles said.
Up next for Miles he has his pro day and private workouts with NFL teams. Miles said he will continue to work and get better to improve for them.