DE Collin Miller Pledges to Nebraska During Official Visitor

After receiving a dream offer from Nebraska just a short while ago, Hamilton Southeastern high school (IN) defensive end Collin Miller has pledged to the Huskers.

Video analysis: Allen Trieu

After calling an offer from Nebraska a dream, Hamilton Southeastern high school (IN) defensive end/linebacker Collin Miller has pledged to the Huskers. The senior committed to Nebraska during his official visit in Lincoln and announced it via social media on Sunday morning.

Miller resides from the same school as former Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory. During his senior year, Miller recorded 110 tackles, 25 tackles for loss and 11 sacks. His play earned him Associated Press all-state honors in Indiana. 

A former Purdue commitment, Miller’s position at the next level has been a hot topic. Most school have liked Miller at defensive end, but others at the linebacker spot.

“He plays hard, comes forward and shows ability as a pass-rusher and blitzer,” said national recruiting analyst Allen Trieu. Trieu also talked about Miller in the video above. “He plays with good motor and effort and arrives at ball-carriers violently. He has good technique, gets off blocks and also stays at home and keeps his edge responsibilities. The main question, what is his growth potential, and what is his best position? But a good football player who makes plays.”

Miller also had offers from Illinois, Indiana, Syracuse, Virginia, Rutgers, Arizona State and South Florida during the process. 

Miller initially visited Lincoln in 2015 as a junior game day visitor. At that time, it was clear Nebraska had made a lasting impression on the Indiana native.


Big Red Report Top Stories