Omaha Skutt Catholic High School tight end Matt Miller has no regrets when it comes to the Nebraska camps this past week.
“It went really well I thought. I did pretty well,” said Miller with a small pause after. “The coaches definitely seemed to like Sam Cotton and this kid from Hawaii a little more than everyone else, but I think I did well.
“Coach Garrison told me that I did really well. I also talked to Coach Cotton and he told me that he was going to talk to the other coaches and see how I did. He’s my recruiting area coach. “
Miller mostly worked with the offense, but also ran some at defensive end, impressing Coach Carl Pelini.
“He told me that I did a good job. I didn’t workout with them long, I mostly worked with the tight ends.”
Miller played both ways in 2010, recording 13 catches for 179 yards and three touchdowns, on a team that threw the ball only 175 times. While most schools are looking at him as a tight end, the junior had a better season on the defensive line. He recorded 65 tackles, six sacks, and seven tackles for loss.
“Hopefully my recruitment picks up a bit. I have already been to Iowa State and Missouri’s camp. I want to say that I had my best performance at the Husker’s camp on Friday. So hopefully I keep performing like that, because it should pick up then,” said the soon to be senior. “I got Kansas State’s tomorrow (today) and Iowa’s sometime next week.”