A 4-star wide receiver in the 2023 recruiting class is re-opening his recruitment.

Omarion Miller, one of the nation’s Top 150 overall prospects for the cycle, has announced that he has decided to decommit from LSU. He initially committed to the program in August 2021 before the Tigers went through some major coaching changes.

Miller holds an offer from Nebraska, where Mickey Joseph is the new wide receivers coach. Joseph was previously a member of the LSU staff that extended an offer to the 4-star talent.

The Vivian, Louisiana native is ranked as the No. 20 receiver of the 2023 cycle and No. 122 nationally. He’s considered a Top 10 talent from his home state, per 247Sports.

Miller made the announcement with a post on Twitter on Monday:

From 247Sports recruiting analyst Gabe Brooks:

Tall, framey wideout with good size and plenty of available space to add mass and strengthen. Smooth, fluid athlete with a gliding open-field gait, but sneaky initial burst. Plays with adequate top-end speed. Good in the air and competitive in contested situations. Natural high pointer with clear red-zone mismatch potential. Displays above average, better-than-expected lateral mobility relative to size and build. Tracks well downfield and adjusts naturally on the fly. Provided solid volume and great big-play production as a sophomore (27.8 yards per catch, eight TD).

Along with LSU and Nebraska, Miller also holds offers from Arkansas, Louisiana Tech, Miami, Mississippi State and West Virginia. That total could increase now that he’s reconsidering his options.

Below are some of Miller’s high school highlights: