"I'm very excited. I'm real happy my mother is going to be able to come with me," said Biggs, who was named a junior college All-American on Tuesday. "It will give her the chance to see everything Nebraska has to offer me. It will be great."
Biggs averaged 14.61 points per game this year, with just over 3.1 assists a contest. Seward went 31-7 on the year.
"I'm really interested in what Oklahoma State and Nebraska have to bring to the table," Biggs told Big Red Report in an earlier interview. "I have narrowed it down though, I'm just not telling them. I have been doing some Internet research and pretty much know where I want to go, but I want to take some visits first. I will probably tell people Signing Day or possibly after that. I just want to keep it secret until then though."
Biggs was a high school standout at Omaha Central.