Huskers offer McGinnis

Nebraska is the latest school to get in on three-star linebacker Arthur McGinnis' recruitment.

Even without a true Louisiana native on the roster, Nebraska seems to continue to recruit the Bayou State hard.

On Tuesday night, three-star Warren Easton Charter high school linebacker Arthur McGinnis (6-foot-2, 215 pounds) received an offer from the Huskers. Nebraska joins a long list of suitors for his services after a great Nike SPARQ combine in early March.

"I know Nebraska has a great defensive system there, but I don't know much about them right now," said McGinnis. "I'm in the process of finding out about them. I'm actually doing research about them right now.

"I hear about them a lot. I'm friends with the Karr guys, so I definitely know about Nebraska and what they are doing in New Orleans."

McGinnis plans to major in business management, which will be a requirement of any school he picks. He's also looking for early playing time if possible.

"I'm open to going anywhere in the country. I just want the best opportunity for me," said McGinnis. "Arkansas offered today as well. I don't know much about them either, but I'm trying to find out about them also."

In a recent article by Scout.com's Mike Coppage, McGinnis talked about his NIKE SPARQ scores.

"I'm feeling real good about it. I had the 96th percentile with a 4.69 40; 94th percentile with 4.31 shuttle; and 90th percentile with powerball (39.5)," said McGinnis.

McGinnis (No. 37 OLB in the country) also currently sports offers from Arkansas State, Georgia, Louisiana-Lafayette, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and UCLA.


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