With an ever-growing offer list, Nebraska was No. 19 for Stow Monroe Falls (Ohio) offensive lineman Mike Miranda on Thursday. The 6-foot-4, 300-pound offensive lineman is currently a three-star prospect on Scout.com.
"This is an extremely tough kid that loves to move people in the running game," said Scout.com national recruiting analyst Allen Trieu. "While not the most athletic or long-armed player, Miranda succeeds through physical play and his football IQ. He can bigger and stronger in the weight room, and will need to improve his pass protection for the next level."
Boston College, Northwestern, Penn State, Missouri, Pittsburgh, and Iowa State are just some of the school to have already offered the nation's No. 28 offensive guard.
As of early last week, Miranda had hopes of committing sometime this summer and was trying to narrow in on schools. It remains to be seen on whether Nebraska has jumped in the mix too late.