It'd be great to have him, but I don't think any one player should be labelled a must have. But I would hope we start getting some kids like him.
For any one player, different factors may simply outweigh staying home. Frankly, if it was me, and I had a chance to go to a different state in a different part of the country, I would have jumped at it, just for the experience. If I had those opportunities as a football player though, I would have thought harder about staying in-state, only because in Nebraska it is already enshrined as the most important thing in the world. Even if Miles is successful, it will take a few years for kids to start feeling that in basketball, IMO.