Miller time takes over South practice

Von Miller of Texas A&M during Senior Bowl practice. (Alix Drawec/NFL)

MOBILE, Ala. — With both Super Bowl teams playing a 3-4 and the defensive system becoming more popular with each passing season, the time has never been better for speedy outside linebacker prospects.

And no one stands to benefit more from that trend this year than Texas A&M’s Von Miller.

He is an outstanding pass rusher with an explosive first step and closing burst. He is nearly impossible to defend off the edge.

As one of the few natural 3-4 outside linebackers in this draft, he has solidified his status as a potential top-10 pick with a great performance this week during the South team’s practice.

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