Miller Works Both Ways During Camp

Omaha Skutt Catholic High School tight end Matt Miller has no regrets when it comes to the Nebraska camps this past week.

Omaha Skutt Catholic High School tight end Matt Miller has no regrets when it comes to the Nebraska camps this past week.

"It went really well I thought. I did pretty well," said Miller with a small pause after. "The coaches definitely seemed to like Sam Cotton and this kid from Hawaii a little more than everyone else, but I think I did well.

"Coach Garrison told me that I did really well. I also talked to Coach Cotton and he told me that he was going to talk to the other coaches and see how I did. He's my recruiting area coach. "

Miller mostly worked with the offense, but also ran some at defensive end, impressing Coach Carl Pelini.

"He told me that I did a good job. I didn't workout with them long, I mostly worked with the tight ends."

Miller played both ways in 2010, recording 13 catches for 179 yards and three touchdowns, on a team that threw the ball only 175 times. While most schools are looking at him as a tight end, the junior had a better season on the defensive line. He recorded 65 tackles, six sacks, and seven tackles for loss.

"Hopefully my recruitment picks up a bit. I have already been to Iowa State and Missouri's camp. I want to say that I had my best performance at the Husker's camp on Friday. So hopefully I keep performing like that, because it should pick up then," said the soon to be senior. "I got Kansas State's tomorrow (today) and Iowa's sometime next week."


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