Four-star wide receiver Omarion Miller decommits from Nebraska

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Courtesy @omarionmiller19 on Twitter

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Nebraska football has lost another four-star 2023 recruit amid the program’s coaching changes.

Wide receiver Omarion Miller, a Louisiana native, announced his decision to decommit from Nebraska via Twitter.

Miller pointed to the Huskers’ coaching changes as the reason why he reopened his recruitment.

“Through this process, I look forward to solidifying which university I will eventually call home,” he wrote.

Last weekend, Nebraska announced the hiring of Matt Rhule as the next head coach.

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With that hiring comes a whole new staff, which includes new offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield.

Miller committed to play at Nebraska back in July.  Prior to the commitment, he had offers from other Power Five schools like LSU, Arkansas and Miami.

Former interim head coach Mickey Joseph, who is also a Louisiana native, was credited for helping recruit Miller to Nebraska.

But Joseph’s future with Nebraska is up in the air, as he was arrested after court documents allege he tried to strangle a woman on Wednesday.

A day later, Lincoln East’s Malachi Coleman, another four-star Husker commit, announced he would be opening his recruitment back up.

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