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Nebraska Football: Indiana OLB Collin Miller Commits To The Huskers Sunday Morning

Nebraska's second verbal of the weekend is a Linebacker who had the help of Randy Gregory to make his decision.

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When you have a famous NFL alumni in your High School, their push of where you should go play College Football is a big deal. For the Nebraska Cornhuskers, it paid off with the 18th verbal of the 2016 cycle this morning.

Collin Miller, an Outside Linebacker out of Hamilton Southeastern High School in Fishers, Indiana, became the 18th commit of the Huskers this morning. He committed to the Huskers just after his Official Visit finished today.

Hank Hughes finishes off the deal by being the lead on Miller. Miller had committable offers from a number of FBS schools, including Arizona State, South Florida, Indiana, Illinois, and Pittsburgh.

From Miller's tape on Hudl, it's easy to see the reason he was wanted by Nebraska. Another guy that can keep QB/RB's in front of him out of the backfield. Granted, Big Ten Offensive lines are going to be another issue, but if Miller can get in the Strength and Conditioning program and make some headway as far as getting faster, Miller should be a serviceable player for the Huskers.

The two expected verbals for Nebraska have come down the pipe from this weekend. Who else could be in the mix? We will have that and more for you this week. Ten days to National Signing Day, and the action is just starting!