Four-star receiver Omarion Miller from Vivian, Louisiana, announced on Friday he’s decommiting from Nebraska amid the current coaching shuffle. Miller is a consensus 4-star who committed to Nebraska in July.
Miller originally committed to LSU in August 2021 but flipped to Nebraska when Mickey Joseph accepted the wide receivers coach and associate head coach job at Nebraska.
“I know this journey is teaching me life lessons that will help me in years to come,” Miller said in his announcement.
Gods plan🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/ZhoSTK2w9i
— Omarion “O” Miller ✞ (@omarionmiller19) December 2, 2022
In his senior season at North Caddo High School, Miller had 20 all-purpose touchdowns, 15 in the air. He tallied 1,183 receiving yards on 49 catches. Miller caught 76 passes for 1,502 yards (19.8 yards per reception) and 20 touchdowns in 12 games as a junior. He also added a 63-yard kickoff return and 11 2-point conversions. He topped 100 yards six times with a high of 235 on 11 receptions, including four touchdowns catches.
Miller’s decommitment comes a day after 4-star athlete Malachi Coleman announced he was re-opening his commitment.
With this latest decommitment, Nebraska’s 2023 recruiting class ranks No. 49 nationally and 12th in the Big Ten.