"It was good," Afalava said. "I loved it. Everything was nice. The facilities were very nice and the academics were great.
"Nebraska graduates like 96% of all of their student-athletes and I think that the entire team has around a 3.0 GPA. I also liked the coaching staff."
The one downside about the visit might have been the weekend and Afalava said as much. He also said that his host, Todd Peat, Jr., spoke to him about Nebraska.
"He said that he really liked it in Lincoln. I wish I could have seen the town on a game day, but he said that he really wanted me to come there."
The Nebraska visit was only the second trip that Afalava has taken, with the first being to Washington, but it will be the last. Afalava says that it's down to two teams and he will make his commitment announcement on national television.
"I went to Washington earlier in the season and now I have been to Nebraska. That will be it. Those are the only two schools that I will visit and it's down to Nebraska and Washington.
"Those are the two teams that I will choose between and I will make my announcement while I am in Arizona in January at the Semper Fidelis All-American game."