Miller talks further with Iowa

Omaha (Neb.) Skutt Catholic tight end Matt Miller had invitations from several BCS programs to attend home games on Saturday, and the 6-5, 235-pound prospect took Iowa up on their invite to see the Hawkeyes take on Pitt in Iowa City.
"I've been talking to them since I attended their camp back in the summer," Miller said of Iowa. "We got there [Saturday] and I talked to Coach [Reese] Morgan. He said so far what he's been hearing about me and what he's been seeing is great. Then the tour started and I didn't get a chance to get back over there and talk with him."
Miller called his experience at Kinnick Stadium "awesome," and was taken in by the sight of the stands filled with gold-clad Hawkeye fans. The chance to one day suit up for Iowa would be a welcome one for the Nebraska native.
"They loved me at the camp and started talking scholarships with me," Miller said. "I'm a scholarship athlete to them, they just need to get the footage of my first couple games."
Miller holds an offer from South Dakota already, and has been talking with several Division I programs since the summer.
"Iowa and Nebraska are big teams that are keeping an eye on me, talking to me and sending me a bunch of letters," Miller said. "Indiana I get emails almost every day from. Then there is North Dakota, North Dakota State and Ohio."
Miller attended a game at Nebraska earlier this month, and he is looking to set a visit to Indiana for one of the Hoosier's games later this fall.
Skutt Catholic is 2-2 on the season and Miller has been productive for his team this fall. He estimated his statistics at 15 catches for over 200 yards and five touchdowns through the first four games of the season.