Nebraska just picked up commitment No. 21 in their recruiting class that is currently rated No. 12 in the nation. Nebraska could take four to five more players in this class with the majority being on either the offensive or defensive line and they have their eyes on his South Carolina defensive end.
Jaylen Miller should be prepared for a hectic next few weeks. The standout defensive end from Gaffney (S.C.) is getting in his workouts still when he's not dealing with recruiting. And he will be "dealing with" recruiting the next three weekends on official visits.
"I am working out when I can," Miller said. "Recruiting is pretty crazy right now. I am taking and official visit this weekend to Tennessee and next weekend to Maryland.
Miller isn't having a hard time keeping it all straight, but he says that he does see a lot of coaches every week. The 6-foot-2 and 260-pound defensive end said that his week was filled with coaches coming by to see him with most trying to get that last weekend to host him for an official visit.
"The coaches have been coming to my house and a lot come to the school too. Georgia Tech was here Tuesday. Nebraska was by the school on Wednesday. Wake Forest and Maryland were here on Thursday."
Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 10 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 12 years. Facebook | Twitter|