FoxSportsNext has confirmed that 2014 offensive guard Natrell Curtis from Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe has received a new verbal scholarship offer, his tenth overall.
Curtis says, "Nebraska offered me tonight. I talked to Coach Brown and he said that I was impressive in the Spring and that I would be a perfect fit in their program."
Curtis (6-3 300) also has been offered by Arizona, Nevada, Arkansas, Colorado, Arizona State, Montana, Vanderbilt, NAU and Boise State.
Curtis and his Mt. Pointe teammates are currently undefeated and ranked #1 in division-one. They face Chandler (4-0) on Friday.
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