Collin Miller set to visit Nebraska

A few weeks ago a talented junior TE/OLB was supposed to be in Lincoln to see Nebraska take on Rutgers. That visit didn't happen, but he is set to visit Lincoln again in a week.

Fishers (Ind.) Hamilton Southeastern two-way athlete Collin Miller was all set to see Nebraska. The tight end/outside linebacker was going to visit Lincoln towards the end of October, but wasn't able to make it. He will get another chance soon.

"Actually we were not able to make that date," Miller said. "I am scheduled on November 22nd to head to Nebraska on my visit. That is for the Minnesota game."

Miller has been to see a number of schools, but he's clearly fired up about the visit to Nebraska. One of the big reasons Miller is excited about the trip is to see a current Husker who once attended his high school.

"Honestly there is so much to look forward to. It's unbelievable how ready I am to get to Nebraska. They fans I hear and see are crazy. I have been on some college visits but I don't know if anything can compare to Nebraska.

"I am waiting to get that energy flowing in my body once I get there from them. Also Randy Gregory went to the same high school as me so I watched him growing up. He was my favorite player at the time. I am looking forward to seeing him play again that weekend at Nebraska."

Only a junior, Miller has taken on a leadership role with his team. A lot of times an underclassmen isn't allowed to have a voice or play that role. Miller on the other hand is leading by example and is out there for his team.

"Just because I'm a junior, that doesn't hold me back from being a leader," Miller said. "I'm all about trying to get the job and doing whatever it takes to get the 'W'."

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