It would be pretty foolish for a wide receiver prospect to be anything less than enthusiastic about the idea of joining forces with one of the NFL's best at the position.
Prospects will have contact with most teams before the draft process is over, and Miller had an informal conversation with the Falcons this week, per ESPN.
After observing Miller in practice on Tuesday, NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks wrote that Miller "could make an immediate impact as a multipurpose playmaker" and called him "the most natural punt returner that I've seen in years."
Brooks also noted Miller's improved route-running skills -- Miller is still in his first year as a wide receiver after transitioning from quarterback before the start of the 2015 season, so he still has room to grow at his new position.
Atlanta's needs are primarily on defense, but it could use a versatile slot guy like Miller as a complement to Jones. Based on early projections, Miller most likely fits as a Day 2 (Rounds 2-3) pick, although with a strong Senior Bowl week, his stock will be on the rise. NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah listed him as his No. 46 prospect in his initial rankings for the 2016 draft.