"I have talked with Coach Garrison quite a bit. I wouldn't be surprised if right after Signing Day I get an offer from Nebraska in that coming week," said Hosick, who reports multiple offers. "I did pick up an offer from Iowa a while ago. They were my first. Then I got one from Tulsa. And I spoke with a coach from Northwestern today and they will be offering me pretty soon.
"I have been invited to many junior days, including Nebraska's. But I won't be taking any visits until after wrestling season is over. That way I can keep my focus with my team of right now."
Hosick impressed the Nebraska coaching staff this summer at camps, when the 6-foot-2, 215-pounder showed not only he could make all the throws, but could run. Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini spent nearly 45 minutes talking with the soon to be junior – showing his interest.
The meeting between the two left Hosick impressed with Nebraska going forward.
"What's not to love about Nebraska?" said Hosick on Monday night.
After sitting out his sophomore year due to transfer reasons, Hosick impressed in his first year at Staley, throwing for over 1,400 yards and 10 touchdowns, while also rushing for over 2,000 yards and 30 more scores. In the process, he lead the Falcons to a 14-0 record and a state title.
In early January, the junior signal-caller impressed scouts at the Army Combine in San Antonio with an impressive day throwing the ball – including former NFL quarterback Sean Salisbury.
"Coach Salisbury came up to me afterwards and told me how well I threw and said that I was among his top three quarterbacks there that he saw," Hosick told Scout.com. "So, that was a real honor to have happen."