Brayden Miller

Brayden Miller recorded nearly 2,000 yards of offense and 22 touchdowns during his senior season at Kearney.

Brayden Miller called it his dream to play for Nebraska — he received a Husker walk-on offer late last month — but it's not the only option he's considering.

The 6-foot-1, 203-pound quarterback from Kearney holds a scholarship offer from NAIA Doane. He took an official visit to Division II Pittsburg State on Thursday, and he'll take another to Division II UNK on Sunday or Monday. Division II Truman State, which he visited during the fall, is also still in contention.

He said he'll make a decision in the next two weeks.

"My dream has always been to play at Nebraska," Miller said. "But I will find the best situation for me and my family. ... I've always wanted to play college football, and I'm competitive. I don't stop ever, no matter the score. I don't stop until it's over."

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Miller passed for 1,371 yards and 15 touchdowns in nine games during his senior season. He also rushed for another 596 yards and seven touchdowns.

UNK wants him to play safety. The other three are recruiting him as a quarterback.

The deciding factors when he chooses a school: culture, coaches and the atmosphere surrounding the program.

"I'm really looking for a family atmosphere and a place that is reasonable for my family to come to games," Miller said. "Pittsburg State is farther, but I have family that lives down that way."

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