Unlike Ben Blaque, Frank Miles didn't go into Vegas with anyone questioning whether he would have enough material to make it all the way through a season of AGT, nor whether he was willing to push himself to deliver upon it.
For his open call performance, Miles performed what he declared to be "the world's most dangerous juggling stunt." This involved him juggling three active 500K-volt stun guns, 1.5 million volts altogether, while standing in water.
Most viewers were impressed by Ben Blaque's crossbow act but were already starting to wonder about his capacity in the long term before Vegas Week had even begun.
Frank Miles had been a different story. Doubts weren't raised until after he performed in Las Vegas.
For Vegas, Miles performed a mentalist trick that involved him hiding a blade under one of four boxes, then "finding" it by forward-flipping onto his back on top of the other three.
Much like Blaque's later acts, it was artificial danger. Though it is not known exactly how Miles knew which box contained the blade, the safest assumption is that he did indeed have some way of knowing.
He also toyed with the judges by pretending to have botched the trick on the final jump. Which, as was mentioned with Coney Island Chris during Suck Month, is one of the dumbest things possible to do on AGT.
Miles made it through anyway, and in the open calls, he finally delivered his letdown.
It was the exact same trick Ben Blaque would do in the wild card round a year later. With only two exceptions. First, he didn't do it blindfolded, and second, he missed the target on his head.
Even though Blaque made the much more juvenile mistake by performing a trick that had already been tried on AGT to no avail before, it's the fact that Miles offered much more promise to an even smaller payoff that ranks him higher on the list.