"I did a gameday visit against Fresno State. It seemed like it was kind of out of the blue because I hadn't talked to them yet, but they sent the invite to the school so we took a trip up there," said Windmiller. "I felt the stadium was crazy. Between all the fans and stuff, it was probably the best out of the unofficial gameday visits I've taken."
Like a few other recruits on Nebraska's radar, Windmiller, who describes what he is looking for in a school as a 50/50 split between athletics and education, was quick to make a point about Nebraska's consecutive sellout streak. Judging from how recruits are making note about the streak, it's clear that this streak will definitely play a positive role in Nebraska's future recruiting.
With the 2012 recruiting process in the early stages, the Shawnee, Kansas native explained how he would like to improve on a specific area before he hits the college ranks.
"I run the offense really good and I know a lot about the offense but I need to learn more about the defense," said Windmiller. "I know what we're doing really well, I just need to start learning how to know what they're doing."
The 6-foot-2 prospect places Iowa, Tennessee, Missouri and Kansas at the top of his list because they have given him the most attention early on in the process. However, once the recruiting season hits full swing, his current top four schools will more than likely switch as more offers begin to pour in.
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