Visiting Nebraska in the future

It's not surprising that Nebraska's last commitment was a junior college defensive lineman, Randy Gregory from Yuma (Ariz.) Western Arizona or that Nebraska is still hitting the junior college defensive lineman hard.

You can add another junior college player to the official visitor list for Nebraska. According to a source, Norwalk (Calif.) Cerritos College junior college defensive end Kyle Peko plans to visit Nebraska next weekend for the Minnesota game.

It was first reported by JCFootball.com's Scott Eklund that the visit would take place this Saturday, but Cerritos College plays Moorpark this weekend.

Peko has shared with BigRedReport.com in the past that he really liked Nebraska. Peko has stated that he would like to take a trip to Nebraska and it seems he will finally get that opportunity.

"I have taken an official visit to Michigan State already. I went there two or three weeks ago when they played Michigan. It was a good visit and a good game to get up there. I haven't set up any other visits yet. I am talking about setting up a visit to Nebraska. That would be for after the season though."

As a freshman Peko said that he tallied 39 tackles, eight tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and 13 quarterback hurries. Peko says that he will be eligible to graduate in December and enroll at a school for the spring semester, with three years to play two.

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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