Louisiana 4-star wide receiver Omarion Miller didn’t know what to expect when visiting Nebraska June 3 weekend for an official visit. Wide receivers coach Mickey Joseph wanted him to check it out. He wanted Miller to see Nebraska for himself.
“He was one of the main reasons why I committed to LSU. He’s a coach that wants to develop you and make you a better man and a better player,” Miller said. “Me and Coach have been knowing each other a while. We have a connection that runs deep. One of the main things I like about him is he’s going to be straight up with you and tell you everything you need to know.“
Joseph was right about Lincoln and Miller walked away impressed.
Nice trio of wideouts here. Trey Palmer and Decoldest Crawford along with #Huskers official visitor Omarion Miller (@omarionmiller19) pic.twitter.com/FPQEidu3u2
— Greg Smith (@GregSmithHV) June 4, 2022
“Oh, it was really good,” Miller said. “It was way different than I thought it was. I thought it was gonna be some cornfields and a little stadium but it was way better than I thought it would be.”
Miller got to see everything Nebraska has to offer during his visit. He was able to learn a lot about the school with academic presentations, meetings with the strength staff and meeting with the coaches. He spent a lot of time with new Huskers Trey Palmer and Decoldest Crawford. It was helpful having a pair of wide receivers from his home state to bond with.
“It was good being with them being that they are from Louisiana,” Miller said. “I could evaluate how they feel about it and what they get out of it. We have a similar mindset so that helps.”
Miller was joined by his mother, sister and little brother on the trip. They all really enjoyed their time in Nebraska, especially his little brother who liked being out during Friday Night Lights. They all enjoyed how much Nebraska fed them on the trip. Miller noted that there was so much food it’s hard to narrow down what his favorite was, but he had to go with the burgers. He didn’t even get to try the tomahawk steak that Joshua Manning said was his favorite, but Miller would like to try it next time he’s in Lincoln.
The Louisiana native did enjoy his time with the other wide receivers that were in town. He, Manning, Malachi Coleman and Barry Jackson Jr got along well and could see themselves in Lincoln.
The move?? @HuskerFBNation @Barryj4k @omarionmiller19 pic.twitter.com/a9QKxizWBn
— Malachi Coleman (@ChiColeman23) June 5, 2022
Miller thinks he will set up a couple more visits after Nebraska, but not too many. There isn’t anything on the books yet and his plan right now is to commit on signing day. The Huskers left a lasting impression and can be considered his top school.
“I would just say what stood out to me most was the people at Nebraska and the staff,” Miller said. “They treated me well. They treated me like a king while I was there.”