Braxton Miller- WR/RB/QB

6-1, 201, (PD) 4.41-4.45, (O) 4.5, 

6.65 3-C! 4.07 SS, 10.84 60!

35" Vert, 10'3" Broad, 

31 3/4" Arms, 17 Reps,

The Player the Pats Need in 2nd: Part IV.

By TOM

I really like him not just as a WR, but a 3rd down back. I think he can play more positions, at least in a backup role, than any other player in this Draft. I think he showed on Tape and by running a 4.41 Forty at his Proday that he could start outside, though I like him more as a Slot-WR. But he can step outside if you need him too. He also would make a nice 3rd down back, and could be back up in that roll as well. Plus, there is hope that he could be a back up QB. But minimally he should be able to be an emergency QB, even if he is more runner than thrower now.

It is incredible that just two year ago he was named the Big Ten's MVP for the second consecutive year as a quarterback. "It's immense the feelings we all have for him because we all know how average we were," Urban Meyer said. "Especially on offense our first year. If you don't have that kid, you start your coaching career here at Ohio State with a .500 or 8-5 or 8-4 record or whatever it is. If you don't get momentum those other great things don't happen or certainly doesn't happen in that time frame. Braxton is the ultimate competitor. He just means a lot to us." He was a star a step away from being an NFL QB.

2013 Season (Junior): Named the Chicago Tribune's Silver Football Most Valuable Player trophy as the Big Ten's MVP for the second consecutive year while becoming the first repeat winner of the award in 24 years ... threw for 2,094 yards and 24 touchdowns and rushed for an additional 1,068 yards and 12 scores ... also repeated in 2013 as both the Big Ten's Quarterback of the Year and the Offensive Player of the Year ... directed a record-smashing Ohio State offense flawlessly and to national rankings of fifth in rushing (308.6 ypg), third in scoring (45.5), seventh in total offense (511.9 ypg) and 10th in pass efficiency (158.8 rating) ... the offense shattered then-school single season records for points scored (637), touchdowns (87) and touchdown passes (38), and it scored the third-most rushing touchdowns in school history (45) ... led the Big Ten and was 13th nationally in passing efficiency (158.1) and he finished ninth in the 2013 Heisman Trophy voting ... accounted for five touchdowns in the win over Michigan (three rushing and two TD passes) to tie a personal best ... he rushed for 100-or more yards five times ... he tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the win over Wisconsin to earn Big Ten player of the week honors ... was 22 of 27 passing for 222 yards and two TDs, plus 102 rushing yards, in the win vs. Iowa ... accounted for five TDs vs. Penn State and threw for a career-high 252 yards in less than three quarters and was named Big Ten player of the week.

He is a top top character guy who Meyer sincerely credits for helping him get his program to the Championship level. "I made the comment about Braxton that it is going to be a hard one when you look out there and don’t get to coach him anymore," Urban Meyer said. "Braxton is really dear to my heart and our program because of his selflessness. You know how many times I’ve had to make sure he was going to class? Zero. You know how many times I’ve had to make sure how he handles himself and how he behaves? Zero. He's not perfect. Nobody ever said he was but he has done things the right way." Then he missed the 2014 season with injury and two other QB took over. He injured his shoulder and missed 20 months of football to recover from two shoulder surgeries.

Ohio State Overview: After missing 20 months of activity while recovering from a shoulder injury and two surgeries, Miller switched positions to receiver/H-Back and earned honorable mention all-Big Ten honors after catching 26 passes for 341 yards and three touchdowns plus rushing for 281 yards and another score. A two-time winner of the Chicago Tribune's Silver Football Award as the best player in the Big Ten (as quarterback), Miller holds the school record with 88 touchdowns responsible for while also finishing among the school's greats with 8,609 yards of total offense (second at Ohio State), 3,314 rushing yards (No. 6) and 33 rushing touchdowns, 5,295 yards passing (No. 8) and 52 touchdowns (No. 4). Miller has the most individual awards in Big Ten history with seven, including two offensive player and quarterback of year awards plus a freshman of the year honor. He graduated in December 2014 with his degree in communications.

Ohio State won a the first FBS Championship behind the play of Cardale Jones. So after the Champ Game he immediately started training at WR. He really had an amazing season last year, even though the stats didn't show it. He had more than one game where he looked like an NFL QB. 

2015 Season (Senior): Honorable mention All-Big Ten at the H-B position ... caught 26 passes for 341 yards and 3 TDs and rushed 42 times for 281 yards and a score ... saw his first action in nearly 20 months in the season-opening win at Virginia Tech, tallying 140 all-purpose yards and two TDs ... was named the Big Ten offensive player of the week after recording 62 rushing yards and 78 receiving yards, including a nifty 54-yard catch-and-run for a TD down the sideline, followed up by a dazzling 53-yard TD run, both coming in the third quarter ... became the first Buckeye in 9 years to record a 50-yard TD run and 50-yard TD reception in the same game ... caught 2 passes for 55 yards, including a 45-yarder, in the win at Rutgers ... had another 45-yard reception in the win over Minnesota ... had 57 rushing yards vs. Hawai'i ... recorded 90 total yards while catching a career-high 5 passes for 79 yards and a TD in the win over Maryland ... had 4 catches for 33 yards, including a TD catch, and rushed for 30 yards in the win over Penn State ... caught two passes for 27 yards in the win over WMU ... recorded a 26-yard run in the Fiesta Bowl win over Notre Dame, setting up Ohio State's first TD in the opening quarter.

He struggled early and was very inconsistent all season. "He's learning the game,'' Meyer said. ''He's learning how to be a perimeter blocker for the first time in his life. He can't play receiver here and not be great at it. That's the transition he's going through. It takes time." But he kept working and getting better. His character really showed throughout the season. 

Miller is one of the most interesting prospects in this Draft, because he might be able to play some backup QB as well. I liked him at Ohio State, but I think I'm the only one who thought his Senior Bowl performance was not as good as advertised. It took him 5-seconds to get off the line, and he had a lot of drops. But he was hyper competitive, and turned every drill into a fight, which you have to love.

He has real quick feet in the slot. As quick as any slot WR in this Draft. He has learned to use some shimmy-shimmy-shake in his feet and shoulders running patterns in the slot. He lines up in the slot a lot. He has a nice one-cut inside into the Box, and has some snap in his shoulders and hips.

Nice job reaching out behind him on a pass thrown to the wrong shoulder and spinning around in mid air to catch it. That is an extremely difficult catch to make in the Slot with the ball coming so quick. When he breaks off a pattern in the Slot he can be five yards open consistently.

He will line up in the backfield next to Jones and run the ball outside like a 3rd down back. He is terrific running outside with some impressive speed. I didn't think he had 4.4 speed until I watch him run outside out of the backfield against the Fighting Irish. He flew past defenders trying to shut down the corner, and was 20-yards down field before the Safety could come over and do anything about it. Great speed and elusiveness with the ball in his hands.

He has a little hitch in his step on his release sometimes. Nice stop and go move that can stun an LB when he is trouble. He will line up on both sides of the QB, and usually runs to the opposite side. Nice feet on Digs. He can be explosive off the Snap and make Thomas look like a Cone as he runs by from him. He seems to get frustrated sometimes when he doesn't see the ball for a long time. He is a speedster flying right down the middle of the field from the Slot. He brings both Safeties in Cover Two forty yards down field in a flash.

He can line up in the slot and seems to get the slot-corner's shoulder whenever he wants. He has a nice jab step inside, and then is running on the CB's outside shoulder with great burst and quickness. That move cannot be stopped. Nice job dragging over the middle to give his QB a bailout. Then he can make the corner miss and get the 1st with his feet and quickness.

Great feet. I love his feet in patterns. He is such a great natural athlete with his feet that it never looks like he is struggling to do anything on the field. Sometimes it is hard to believe he has only played WR for one season. "I've been a wide receiver since the day I switched in camp," Miller said. "It’s all about wide receiver." Very smooth running down the seam. Great twitch on the one cut outside, on the strongside, and then burst inside wide open. He might run it better than Edelman (Oh-oh I'm gonna get myself in trouble).

He can line up in the Slot and seal the ILB inside on a toss play outside. He is a terrific blocker for having played QB most of his life. He does a good job hoping inside to grab the slot corner on inside runs. For a QB, he is very adept at blocking. He does a nice job coming off his pattern to block once he sees the QB has kept it. He can knock a CB back two or three yards with his hands. He is a lot stronger than he looks.

He will also let the DB push him backwards on draws, and understands that a defender heading up field is great on draws. Understands and sees the game like a QB. "It’s helped a lot in terms of reading defenses," Miller said about playing QB. "I’ve been able to point out things before the play even starts. People are surprised that I know it all, and that’s really helped." He will sometimes use a little gallop step to move into the DB to block. He des not burst off the line on outside runs behind him, and will give it away sometimes. "That's the receiver's position, it's not quarterback," Meyer said. "He's not touching the ball every down. The good thing about this offense is there's way of doing that. We can do better and we will be better." Gives away inside runs when he does not sell out on patterns, and jogs it badly.

He can get to the 3rd level and block the safety, but doesn't sustain it for long or if at all. He can weave through the box with three or four breaks through traffic to burst open on the other side of line, from the slot. He will line up inside of the Trips as well. Nice in cut, and then straight down the seam from the Slot. He is so good at running patterns with double and triple moves.

He has elite feet, dancers feet. Watching him hoping and cutting around the box is amazing sometimes. He leaves CBs in the dust. He can freeze a slot corner with his shoulders, and let his feet burst him untouched and uncoverable outside. He is the best slot WR in this Draft at consistently getting either shoulder of any Corner they put in from of him in the Slot. Sometimes not as quick on the square out, like he knows the QB isn't going to him. He is smart enough to know when he is the diversion for the QB, and the coverage. 

The good news for the Pats is that he is not a finished product. He still needs some time. He did not have Day Two, never mind Day One production last season. So he is a projection. He will drop into the 2nd Round, and once he is in the 2nd Round, Slot receivers do drop further than they should. He is an exceptional athlete, with top character and smarts, just the kind of guy the Pats like. Plus, he ran an amazing 6.65 in the 3-Cone drill at his Proday. Which is a number usually reserved for sub-6-footers, and not for 6-1 speedsters. Edelman posted a 6.62 3-Cone, which is third behind Ebner and Justin Coleman. Miller would have the fourth best 3-Cone number on the team, But he is still a work in progress, and not ready to primetime just yet.

Additional Notes:

Senior Bowl: After a great week, he dropped his first  opportunity at the SB. He return kickoffs in the SB. He had a nice return past the 30 to start the 2nd half. He was voted by scouts as the top practice player at the SB. He is so good at making guys miss with his feet. He drew a flag in the endzone to make it 1st and goal at the one with two seconds to go. He is leader, and fierce competitor. During the Senior Bowl's 3rd practice he looked like he was running NFL routes. He lost over 10-pounds for SB to play WR. He showed up at 204 and not 215-pounds, and he looked quicker and faster in practice. He can make guys miss with his feet and quickness when things break down.

He returned kicks at the SB. He was lining up in the Slot, and it was coming a little too fast for him early in the game. By the 2nd half he was catching everything. They were running a lot of short patterns and he looked like a Patriots WR. Plus, he was the 3rd down back at Ohio ST, and when they gave him the ball in the backfield he was dynamic. I don't think he has the build to be a 3rd down back, and he didn't block at Ohio ST. I think he is a slot guy, once he gets used to the speed the ball gets to him in the Box. He dropped a lot of quick pass at the Senior Bowl. I did not like how he returned punts at the Senior Bowl. 

Maryland: He was so dynamic with the ball in his hands that it is hard to believe that he was a part time player, and made so many impact plays on the field. Nice job breaking off the pattern when he sees the WR leave him to double outside. Ohio State runs a ton of misdirection and the skill position guys really have to sell it. He sells it so well, and knows all those complicated misdirection plays from the WR, RB, and QB positions. Great football mind. I love it when they line him up in the backfield in the shotgun next to the QB. He is a terrific receiver out of the backfield. 

MinnesotaHe showed he could get open using his quickness in route. Ran short patterns a lot more than I remembered when breaking down the film. He is bigger and stronger than I thought. I was comparing him to Edelman, but he is bigger than Edelman. But I think it holds. He has a QB's brain. He knows how to block and run downfield in run downs, when the CB locks onto him and thinks it's a passing down. He showed some great speed on the reverse, and there is always the threat that he can throw it. 

V-Tech: He is an un-freakin'-believable athlete. He just laid out the V-Tech defense onto their butts with an impossible spin move that teleported him past two linebacker about to hit him so hard that it would have knocked his grandchildren out. Plus he was catching the ball downfield. He did a nice job blocking in the Slot. He also got in the ball in the backfield. He sure looked like an elite 3rd down RB to me. He also lined up as the Wildcat QB and ran the ball like his short hair were on fire. They really need to get the ball into his hands more.

ND: He was great blocking in the slot for his teammates. He sees the field like a QB, which makes him a great WR and 3rd down back. He blocks linebackers so well from the Slot that I think he can be a 3rd down back, even though I have never seen him block in the backfield. They like to run fake jet sweeps to him a lot. Recognizes the Zone quickly and speeds up his routes to get to the soft spots. He knows where the QB wants to throw the ball against a Zone, and knows how to get there. He can be fooled, like the QB, against a match up zone (is that a basketball term), where it looks like a Zone, but the Safety picks him up running down the seam. Runs a fake jet-sweep with some funny exaggeration sometimes.

Rutgers: He showed he could be a great deep threat. I didn't think he had that speed. What a weapon he could be from the Slot. If you have a guy who can get open deep from the Slot he can open things up for everyone else underneath. The Pats could use that. Actually that's what Gronk does when he is at his best. I would like to see the Pats Draft Miller, and send him deep down the Seam, to open things up for Gronk underneath, and visa versa. Oh my, he is electric with the ball in his hands. 

Braxton Miller Vs Rutgers:

I like this Tape, because I always remember him coming out of the backfield. But he is clearly playing WR here, and not just a slot guy. Here he is lined up outside. He makes a nice little adjustment inside, in his route, to slice through the two DBs (:01). Can he read the coverage like a QB. I don't know, but he sure looked good there weaving through coverage to break open across the field. Even Brady could make that deep throw (:14). Now we get to see him in the Slot. To play WR for the Pats you have to be able to block (:28). He does a nice job getting into the DB, gets low, and grabs shirt. That is a nice block.

Back in the Slot, which is where I see him playing for the Pats. He misses the block there (:34). He motions into the backfield like a 3rd down back, which I think he could be great at doing. In fact, whenever I picture him in my head I see him as a 3rd down back (:41). In the slot on the other side. He heads right down the seam, I like how he changes angle slightly in patterns (:50). He runs right past the slot CB (:59). He seems to have that knack for getting behind CBs, and Jones kept missing him. The more I study the Ohio State WRs, the less I like Jones.

He goes in motion and grabs the Jet sweep. I always remember him running with the ball in more 3rd down back situations. He always seems to get more yards with the ball in his hands than he should (1:16). He tries hard blocking, but still needs some work and experience. But in the end his man didn’t get in on the tackle (1:52). He burst down the seam again and runs past the CB. Are you starting to see why I like him as a Slot guy. Jones finally turns and throws it to him deep (2:01). He loves to use the little one-cut inside move. Then he has the CB's outside shoulder (2:14). He is a better WR than he should be. Watch the adjustment to the ball. It is more difficult to adjust the ball behind you. That is a spectacular adjustment. He starts moving backwards inside the numbers, and catches the ball outside the numbers. Though it was a bit of a lucky catch.

Okay, here he is at QB. Now they usually had him running the option at QB rather than throwing. This is why I see him as a 3rd down back. He is so dynamic with the ball in his hands. He bounces this Option run, which is more like a 3rd down back would run than a regular RB, and he takes off outside. Watch the speed and power at the end of the run (2:46). Than he is back in the Slot again (3:15). He flies down the seam, and Jones never looks his way.

They like to line him up right on the Seam on either side when he is in the Slot. He looked a little confused on who he should be blocking (3:25). Right on the Seam again. He fakes out the CB, and then himself (3:32). The last two plays really show that he has a ways to go to in the NFL.

Right on the Slot again. He uses that one-cut inside move to get the CB's outside shoulder, and then curls back a little to get over the top of the QB (3:40). He gives a good block here, but it is more like a 3rd down back sticking his shoulder into a blitzer (3:50). Back in the slot with a bad block when he has to block like a WR (3:57). He bursts open over the top from the slot again, and Jones doesn't even look his way again (4:09). I'm starting to suspect Jones wasn't throwing to him on purpose.

Miller Vs Rutgers:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Co7EN8vZKNk

 

 

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Braxton Miller Vs V-Tech:

Miller is the inside receiver in the Trips. He shows his speed here. Watch how he looks over at Thomas like he is going to cut outside, as the other two WRs break off their patterns. He just gets it mentally (:00). It is easy to forget that he was a QB his whole life. Watch him reach out with his hands and snag the ball as he is falling down. That is a great catch for a veteran WR, never mind a 1st year WR (:10). You get a great look at how low that ball is (:16). He is such a unique player, and running a 4.41 is going to make him very popular on Day Two.

I always think of him as a Slot guy and 3rd down back, but he played an outside receiver from the slot in this game. When you have a guy who can get open in the slot, and also has the ability to get open deep, he cannot be defended (:22). He just burst past the Safety, and breaks outside as open as you can be. Watch the hands as he reach out and catches the ball away from his body (:33). Then watch the feet as he stumbles down the sideline, and over the DB (:42). He has elite feet.

Don't believe me? He is the Wildcat QB here. Watch him change direction with his feet as he bounces it even further outside. Then he turns on the speed and flashes through the alley, but he is caught dead to rights by two linebackers. There are some things that you just cannot teach. Running with your eyes ahead of your feet is one of them (:49). Now you know why I always see him as a 3rd down Back in the back of my brain (1:05). This is as great a run as a speedster 3rd down back can have. Watch the plant and acceleration to the Corner. Watch the second change of direction as the DBs set the edge. That is as good a cut as you can make at 4.4-speed. Then the Oh-My-Goodness move. Two linebackers come flying over from the middle with the perfect setup to knock Miller out, and then the inhuman spin move at an impossible speed, and he is gone. No one else in this Draft could pull off that spin move at that speed.

He makes three elite moves in this run that maybe two or three other guys in this Draft could make, and one move that no one else in this Draft could make. First the one cut, and elite burst outside that makes the DB fall down. And, makes the OLB miss by a breathe (1:16). Then the cut back up field, and he impossibly accelerates to the 2nd level. Then he peeks over at Eliot making a second block. He sees he is blocking to his side, and in one split second he is off the ground pirouetting through the air like a ballerina on steroids, crack, and HGH. I don't know much, but I do know the Pats have to get this guy.

Miller Vs V-Tech 2015:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LcPLzvR7Es

 

Miller's Official Bio:

Ohio State Overview: After missing 20 months of activity while recovering from a shoulder injury and two surgeries, Miller switched positions to receiver/H-Back and earned honorable mention all-Big Ten honors after catching 26 passes for 341 yards and three touchdowns plus rushing for 281 yards and another score. A two-time winner of the Chicago Tribune's Silver Football Award as the best player in the Big Ten (as quarterback), Miller holds the school record with 88 touchdowns responsible for while also finishing among the school's greats with 8,609 yards of total offense (second at Ohio State), 3,314 rushing yards (No. 6) and 33 rushing touchdowns, 5,295 yards passing (No. 8) and 52 touchdowns (No. 4). Miller has the most individual awards in Big Ten history with seven, including two offensive player and quarterback of year awards plus a freshman of the year honor. He graduated in December 2014 with his degree in communications.

2015 Season (Senior): Honorable mention All-Big Ten at the H-B position ... caught 26 passes for 341 yards and 3 TDs and rushed 42 times for 281 yards and a score ... saw his first action in nearly 20 months in the season-opening win at Virginia Tech, tallying 140 all-purpose yards and two TDs ... was named the Big Ten offensive player of the week after recording 62 rushing yards and 78 receiving yards, including a nifty 54-yard catch-and-run for a TD down the sideline, followed up by a dazzling 53-yard TD run, both coming in the third quarter ... became the first Buckeye in 9 years to record a 50-yard TD run and 50-yard TD reception in the same game ... caught 2 passes for 55 yards, including a 45-yarder, in the win at Rutgers ... had another 45-yard reception in the win over Minnesota ... had 57 rushing yards vs. Hawai'i ... recorded 90 total yards while catching a career-high 5 passes for 79 yards and a TD in the win over Maryland ... had 4 catches for 33 yards, including a TD catch, and rushed for 30 yards in the win over Penn State ... caught two passes for 27 yards in the win over WMU ... recorded a 26-yard run in the Fiesta Bowl win over Notre Dame, setting up Ohio State's first TD in the opening quarter.

2013 Season (Junior): Named the Chicago Tribune's Silver Football Most Valuable Player trophy as the Big Ten's MVP for the second consecutive year while becoming the first repeat winner of the award in 24 years ... threw for 2,094 yards and 24 touchdowns and rushed for an additional 1,068 yards and 12 scores ... also repeated in 2013 as both the Big Ten's Quarterback of the Year and the Offensive Player of the Year ... directed a record-smashing Ohio State offense flawlessly and to national rankings of fifth in rushing (308.6 ypg), third in scoring (45.5), seventh in total offense (511.9 ypg) and 10th in pass efficiency (158.8 rating) ... the offense shattered then-school single season records for points scored (637), touchdowns (87) and touchdown passes (38), and it scored the third-most rushing touchdowns in school history (45) ... led the Big Ten and was 13th nationally in passing efficiency (158.1) and he finished ninth in the 2013 Heisman Trophy voting ... accounted for five touchdowns in the win over Michigan (three rushing and two TD passes) to tie a personal best ... he rushed for 100-or more yards five times ... he tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the win over Wisconsin to earn Big Ten player of the week honors ... was 22 of 27 passing for 222 yards and two TDs, plus 102 rushing yards, in the win vs. Iowa ... accounted for five TDs vs. Penn State and threw for a career-high 252 yards in less than three quarters and was named Big Ten player of the week.

2012 Season (Sophomore): Lead the Buckeyes to just the sixth unbeaten, untied season in school history - 12-0 - with a school-record 3,310 yards of total offense ... he was fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting, and he was a finalist for the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award.

2011 Season (Freshman): Took over the starting quarterback duties in the fourth game of the season against Colorado and quickly became the team's outstanding offensive player ... threw for 1,159 yards and 13 touchdowns as a true freshman and he led the team in rushing with 715 yards and seven touchdowns, statistics that enabled him to earn the Big Ten Conference's Thompson-Randle El Freshman of the Year award.

BRAXTON MILLER MAJOR AWARDS & HONORS 
2013 - Chicago Tribune Big Ten MVP (Silver Football Award)
2013 - Big Ten Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year 
2013 - Big Ten Griese-Brees Quarterback of the Year
2013 - All-Big Ten (coaches and media)
2012 - Chicago Tribune Big Ten MVP (Silver Football Award)
2012 - Big Ten Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year 
2012 - Big Ten Griese-Brees Quarterback of the Year
2012 - All-Big Ten (media) 
2012 - Finalist for Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award
2011 - Big Ten Thompson-Randle El Freshman of the Year
2011 - National Freshman of the Year (CFB Performance Awards)
MILLER'S CAREER RECEIVING STATS

YEAR G-GS REC YDS AVG TD LG
2015 13-7 26 341 13.1 3 54
TOT 49-41 26 341 13.1 3 54
MILLER'S CAREER PASSING STATS

YEAR G-GS ATT CMP INT PCT. YDS TD LG
2011 12-10 157 85 4 54.1 1159 13 54
2012 12-12 254 148 6 58.3 2039 15 72
2013 12-12 255 162 7 63.5 2094 24 58
2015 13-7 1 1 0 100 3 0 3
TOT 49-41 667 396 17 59.3 5295 52 72
MILLER'S CAREER RUSHING STATS

YEAR G-GS ATT YDS AVG. TD LG
2011 12-10 159 715 4.5 7 81
2012 12-12 227 1271 5.6 13 72
2013 12-12 171 1068 6.2 12 70
2015 13-7 42 260 6.2 1 53
TOT 49-41 1266 3314 5.5 33 81
MILLER'S CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE STATS

YEAR G-GS PL RU PA TOT AVG.
2011 12-10 316 715 1159 1874 156.2
2012 12-12 481 1271 2039 3310 275.8
2013 12-12 426 1068 2094 3162 263.5
2015 13-7 43 260 3 263 20.2
TOT 49-41 1266 3314 5295 8609 175.7

 

 

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