Nebraska's 2019 recruiting class is headed toward full. 

The number of available scholarships has dwindled to four and, in recent days, the walk-on group has jumped toward capacity, too. 

The latest is Kearney High quarterback Brayden Miller, who announced his intention to walk on with the Huskers on Tuesday morning. 

Miller is the 20th member of the class overall and the fourth to commit since Saturday night. The general line of thinking from NU has been that the walk-on class would finish somewhere between 20 and 25, so there are only a few spots left in another large class. 

Miller, listed at 6-foot-1 and 200 pounds, had a productive senior season for the Bearcats. In nine games, he threw for 1,371 yards (53.1 percent completions) and 15 touchdowns against 12 interceptions, and also ran for 596 (6.3 per carry) and seven more scores. 

Miller first tweeted out that he had an offer to walk on with Nebraska on Christmas Day. 

While he played both ways for Kearney, he is expected to begin his NU career at quarterback. He's the second quarterback from Kearney in as many years to walk on at NU, joining Kearney Catholic's Matt Masker, who will be a redshirt freshman this fall. The Huskers also have junior walk-on Andrew Bunch — though Bunch is at least exploring his transfer options — and a verbal commitment from Lincoln Pius X quarterback Austin Jablonski. 

The scholarship quarterbacks are sophomores Adrian Martinez and Noah Vedral, and freshman Luke McCaffrey. 

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