Nebraska Football Snags Two More Commits for 2023
The Husker football team picked up two more commitments on Tuesday. One for each side of the ball. First adding a four-star wide receiver, Omarion Miller from North Caddo High School in Vivian, Louisiana. Miller was one of the top coveted players to come from Louisiana and according to 247Sports, he is the highest-ranked recruit that is a part of the 2023 class for Huskers so far. In his junior season, he hauled in 76 passes for 1,502 yards in 20 games to go along with 12 touchdowns. Back in August of 2021 Miller originally committed to LSU. Once Mikey Joseph departed for Lincoln in May, Miller de-committed from the Tigers. An official visit to Nebraska for Miller occurred on June 3rd.
The second commitment of the day for the big red came later in the day as Texas linebacker Dylan Rodgers made it official on his Twitter page posting "Done Deal". Rodgers is 6-2 weighing in at 235 pounds from Cypress, Texas playing his high school football at Cy Woods. In his junior season, Rodgers was second on the team in tackles at 58 on the season, 3.5 tackles for a loss, and 2 sacks. According to 247Sports Rodgers checks in with a three-star ranking. Rodgers also is a standout on the track & field side of things participating in the shot put. He has surpassed the 50-foot mark five different times in his junior campaign.
With the addition of Miller and Rodgers to the commitment list, Nebraska's class now sits at 13 players.