LSU picked up its first commitment for the Class of 2023 as WR Omarion Miller pledged his future with the Tigers.

Miller is the No. 10 player in the state of Louisiana in that class, according to the 247Sports Composite, and he hails from Vivian, Louisiana (North Caddo). He is the No. 29 wide receiver in the country in that class. He has a reported seven offers at the moment. He was recruited by Mickey Joseph.

“He has incredible consistency with a demeanor and level of competitiveness you do not see often,” North Caddo offensive coordinator Reagan Smith told 247Sports. “He’s got a collection of skills that are broader than most kids his age. He has incredible speed, body control, short space ability, size; most kids have a couple of those traits, but he has them all.”

Tiger fans will love to see that Smith compares Miller to former 5-star wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr., who went on to win a national championship and become a second-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

“He’s got the size like Terrace (Marshall) had when he was a sophomore, but he has better short space ability than Terrace had,” he explained. “That is what separates the two. Terrace is going to get his in the NFL, and Omarion’s ceiling is extremely high, even a little higher.”

Here are his highlights from Hudl: