Biere was just offered a scholorship from Colorado State and he's already had an offer from Kansas State. "I liked K-State when I visited there, the facilities are nice, I also liked how they ran practice, said Biere."
Also calling on Biere are Iowa State, Iowa, Kansas, Northwestern, and his home state school the Nebraska Cornhuskers have made inquiries.
"Nebraska has called and told me they're still interested but they want to see me in camp first before they make an offer," said Biere. "I do know that I want to stay in the Midwest to play college football."
This talented tight end also recorded 70 tackles, 16 for a loss while getting 6 sacks in the process.
"Most of the schools have told me they see me as a tight end which is fine because I like to catch the ball," Biere told KStateFans.com Coach Prince and Co. covet big tight ends that can move the chains through pulling in catches through the air and providing big targets for the QB. Following in the footsteps of players like Jeron Mastrud, Biere would have the chance to come in and fight for playing time as a true freshman.
"I would prefer offense but Nebraska mentioned the possibility of me playing defense but I will just have to wait and see what happens."
Biere has stated trhough-out his recruitment that although some schools are looking at him on the defensive side of the ball, his true love is to play offense- a factor that could come into play latter in the recruiting wars. Kansas State and the Cats are recruiting Tim to play on the offensive side of the ball.
Biere is benching 255 lbs., while squatting 370 lbs. and running 4.8 in the 40. As a junior Biere caught 29 passes for 468 yards along with scoring 9 touchdowns.