Nebraska's second-to-last recruiting weekend before signing day produced a second pledge Sunday morning as Collin Miller, a pass-rushing prospect from Indiana, announced on Twitter his plans to attend NU.
Miller, who's listed at 6-foot-3 and 225 pounds, attended the same high school (Hamilton Southeastern in Fishers, Ind.) as former NU star Randy Gregory, who reportedly had encouraged Miller to consider Nebraska. The Huskers offered Miller a scholarship earlier this month.
Miller was once a Purdue commit, but he opened up his recruitment in November. He had 11 sacks and 25 tackles for a loss as a senior, according to the Indianapolis Star.
I have decided to commit to The University of Nebraska!☠☠☠ pic.twitter.com/RTXlj3g6p5— Collin Miller (@C_millz97) January 24, 2016
Miller's the 18th known member of the Huskers' 2016 recruiting class. Linebacker Pernell Jefferson, a New Orleans product who was previously committed to Oklahoma, decided Saturday that he wanted to play for NU.
Nebraska hosted six recruits, including Jefferson and Miller, for official visits this weekend.