Honors & Awards
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2017; Spring 2018)
» Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2018)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2018)
2018 (Redshirt Freshman)
Hunter Miller has appeared in two games this season on the offensive line. He made his Husker debut with extensive playing time on the offensive line in the second half of Nebraska's game at No. 19 Michigan, and he also saw action in the Huskers' win over Bethune-Cookman.
Miller contributed on Nebraska’s offensive scout team while sitting out the 2017 season as a redshirt.
Before Nebraska (Cross County HS)
Hunter Miller played both offensive and defensive line for Coach Ty Twarling at Cross County High School in Stromsburg, Neb. Miller helped the Cougars to state playoff appearances each of the past three seasons.
On defense, Miller recorded 83 tackles during his junior and senior seasons, including 21 solo stops. Miller played in nine games for the Cougars during each of the 2015 and 2016 seasons. As a senior, he was responsible for 56 tackles, eight tackles for loss, one sack, one interception and two blocked field goals. His play in 2016 earned Miller first-team Class C-2 all-state honors. In 2015, Miller earned honorable mention all-area accolades.
As the 2014 Cross County High School Lifter of the Year, Miller holds numerous school lifting records. Miller is also a member of the wrestling, baseball and track teams. During his freshman and sophomore wrestling campaigns, Miller claimed the Crossroads Conference title and was a state qualifier as a junior. Miller also set Cross County’s freshman win record. As a member of the track team, Miller set the school shot put record in 2015 and was a state qualifier.
Hunter is the son of Grant and Amy Miller and was born on Oct. 16, 1998. He earned spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in each of his first two semesters. He was also a member of the Brook Berringer and Tom Osborne Citizenship Teams in 2018. Miller volunteered with the FCA, Husker Heroes, the Nebraska Football Road Race and local hospital visits.