Ohio State had two first-round picks in its wide receiving corps last season,

but neither of them led the team in the reception and receiving yards.

The leader in both of those categories was Jackson Smith-Njigba,

who returned to Columbus this year from a 95-catch, 1,606-yard, nine-touchdown campaign.

Miller tweeted on Wednesday, "While I don't agree with this sentiment,

there is a lot of buzz from NFL scouts that 

Ohio State WR Jackson Smith-Njigba is a "Fringe" Round 1 prospect.

Whatever the scouts may have regarding Smith-Njigba,

we are hoping they have another great season in 2022.

If that happens, it will be hard to see him not firmly reinventing himself

as a first-round pick coming next April. However, time will tell.