Nebraska could get visit from Shareef Miller

Nebraska recently offered Shareef Miller. The bad news was that Miller has already taken two official visits and has the other three visits set. But it sounds like the offer from the Huskers might shake some things up.

Nebraska recently offered Philadelphia (Pa.) George Washington defensive end Shareef Miller. The 6-foot-5 and 220-pound Miller has taken the winter season off to just get some work in.

"I am not playing basketball," Miller said. "I will run track in the spring. But for right now I am just working out trying to stay in shape and get stronger."

Miller has taken two official visits and has his final three visits set for the month of January. Miller isn't sure about one of the three visits that he has scheduled.

"I have visited Pitt and Rutgers. I have Arizona State set up for the 16th, Penn State for the 23rd and Miami for the 30th. I am really not sure about that last one though.

Miami is a visit that Miller is considering swapping out for another school. The most recent offer for Miller might have slid into his top five and could get that fifth and final official visit for Miller.

"The last spot is up in the air. I might change it. I really like Nebraska. One of my friends goes to Nebraska, Zaire Anderson. We are from the same area. I am not sure he knows that they offered me. I might have to call him."

Miller has a coach at Nebraska now that was recruiting him at another school. The Huskers apparently like Miller as a walk-up 3-4 outside linebacker that can also put his hand in the first and play defensive end in the 4-3.

"Coach Hank Hughes was recruiting me at Cincinnati," Miller said. "He got me on the phone and asked me to come and see him at Nebraska. I think that Nebraska likes me more as a hybrid guy that can play outside linebacker and defensive end."

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