Huskers offer Alexander

Nebraska is working hard already this year on the recruiting trail. The Nebraska staff are extending a lot of new offers including one that just came minutes ago to one of the top cornerbacks in the state of Louisiana for 2014.

Terrence Alexander from River Ridge (La.) John Curtis Christian picked up a big offer tonight. The 5-foot-10 and 175-pound cornerback was on the phone with Coach Terry Joseph and got an offer from Nebraska.

"I just got the offer 30 minutes ago," Alexander said. "I literally just got off of the phone. To be honest, I really wasn't expecting the offer.

"I get a lot of mail from Nebraska, but I didn't know how serious they were. Then as we were talking he just cut right to the chase and told me that they were offering and they really like me."

Nebraska will graduate three cornerbacks at the end of the 2014 season and cornerback will be a priority for the this recruiting class. Nebraska has told Alexander as much already and how important he could be to them and this class.

"I am an aggressive cornerback. I am not afraid of contact. I can play an aggressive cover two and I can play cover three as well."

Alexander is on a little bit of a rush picking up a lot of recent offers. he didn't know his offer total exactly, but believes that he is finally at a double-digit offer total.

"I have about 10 offers, I am not sure. I have offers from Ole Miss, Tulane, Stanford, Tennessee, Cincinnati, Kansas State, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Nebraska and Northwestern."

Alexander will make some summer camp plans, but he's going to wait until after his spring practices are over to make a lot of plans. He does have one trip planned though that will take him out to California.

"I am actually waiting to set up most of my camp plans until after the spring. I do have plans to see Stanford in June for their elite camp June 17th and a junior day on the 18th."

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 10 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 12 years.
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