Stringfellow talks Nebraska visit

Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde receiver Demorea Stringfellow is a Washington commit but always planned to do a few official visits. This past weekend, the athlete took his first visit to Nebraska.

Demorea Stringfellow is one of the nation's elite receiver prospects. He's a big, physical wide out and no one out west has more upside at the position than he does. Stringfellow committed to Washington at their Rising Stars summer camp but always maintained he would do a visit or two and had nothing but positive things to say about his time at Nebraska.

"It was a great visit, I loved everything about it there," Stringfellow said. "The game atmosphere was really the high point for me, I never experienced anything like that before. The fan base is so crazy and they really do their homework on the recruits, it felt like they knew everything about us. They were chanting my name, asking for autographs, it was incredible, you feel almost like a celebrity there.

"The players and coaches were great with me too. My boy Quincy Enunwa was my host and he played at Rancho Verde so I knew him well. All the guys were great with me and the coaches are first class. I like the team a lot and the offense is unique in that they rotated eight receivers in the game so the chance to play early is definitely there."

The obvious question for Stringfellow is did the visit to Lincoln do enough to sway him from his commitment to Washington?

"My heart is still at Washington, I just feel most comfortable there," Stringfellow said. "Nebraska is great, don't get me wrong, but Washington always feels like home when I'm there. I feel like the city of Seattle just fits me better, there is more to do there and I have a great relationship with the players and coaches.

"I'll probably take a few more visits but I don't have anything set up right now. Of course I'll take an official visit to Washington but I'm not sure about the other schools right now. I'll figure that out soon enough but just kind of playing it by ear right now."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for
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