Kendre Miller

RB, TCU | 6’0” 220 lbs


  • One of the best blends of size and speed in the class…perfect RB build with great pad level but also takes the top off a defense (feasted on big play ability)
  • Very powerful and handled a large workload until late season injury in playoffs
  • Over 100 yards in every 20+ carry game through career
  • TD machine…scored 17 TDs in 2022 and found end zone in every single game


  • Not much usage in the passing game, but that is schematic
  • Questionable athlete…he is more of a power back than a “make you miss” back…that doesn’t always translate when the linebackers are bigger than you

NFL Comparison: Cam Akers

Range: Day 2-3

Kendre Miller was one of the biggest breakout stars in college football as he played a pivotal role in TCU’s storybook season where he rushed for 1,400 yards and 17 TDs and was named a Doak Semifinalist. Miller has a powerful NFL frame and packs a punch at the line of scrimmage, yet also has major big play ability. Miller rushed 19 times for gains of 15+ yards and compiled 591 “breakaway yards” for the season. He wasn’t used much in the passing game but that also is due to the TCU scheme where he was often utilized in pass protection or as a dump down option. Miller is a guy who may fall to the 3rd or 4th round, but I would not underestimate his ability to take over as a three down RB in the NFL.