When Braxton Miller put Virginia Tech on spin cycle in his first game at H-back, the assumption was that there would be many more plays like that in 2015.

Miller had his highlight reel moments, but he never became the weapon some thought the former B1G Offensive Player of the Year would be. The season opener proved to be the only time he ever eclipsed 100 yards from scrimmage. He only had one game in which he got double digit touches.

Perhaps that — more than anything else — was why Miller said at the Senior Bowl that he didn’t feel like his talents were used to their full ability this year.

Given Miller’s situation, it certainly wasn’t surprising to see a comment like this. The 2015 season is all anyone has to judge him on at his new position. His 26 catches, 341 yards and three touchdowns don’t stack up against the guys he’s hoping to be drafted ahead of.

His comments were a business decision.

Not to speculate, but Urban Meyer might even agree with the notion that he was underutilized. Meyer admitted on several occasions how difficult it was to share the wealth in the Buckeye offense.

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Some felt that Mike Thomas and Jalin Marshall, both of whom had better statistical seasons than Miller, were underutilized, too. Between the two of them, they had just two games of seven-plus catches.

We’ll never know what Miller could’ve done with the targets that Thomas got. Given the fact that Miller was still working his way back from two shoulder surgeries — the reason he moved to H-back in the first place — it didn’t come as a surprise that Miller wasn’t a three-down player.

But now, as he prepares for the Senior Bowl and ultimately the NFL draft, Miller said he’s back to full strength and that he’s ready to be fully utilized.