Huskers offer Oregon 4-star talent

Nebraska is back on the west coast, offering a 4-star offensive lineman this week.

Currently Nebraska does not have a player from the state of Oregon on their roster. It won't stop them from recruiting the area.

On Thursday, Big Red Report learned West Linn high school offensive tackle Evan Voeller picked one up from the Huskers, when the junior confirmed it through Facebook.

Voeller is currently the nation's No. 20 offensive tackle and a 4-star prospect. He has offers from a handful of schools besides Nebraska including Boise State, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, Washington, etc.

So what is the 6-foot-5, 285 pound prospect looking for in a school?

"Probably to get a good degree, and also a school that can help me get to the next level, the NFL, and probably playing time," Voeller told in a previous interview.

Stay tuned to Big Red Report for future details.

Scouting Report:

"Great feet and moves very well for a player his size. Has no issue getting out on LB's or pulling out in front of plays. Solid in pass protection and should continue to get better because of his ability to move. He does well in the run game, his quick first step usually has his man beat by the time they make contact. As he continues to develop his strength he will get better at not just sealing, but moving his man off the line." -Jake Worthen

Josh Harvey has covered college football and recruiting for Fox Sports & since 2008. He is now the Publisher of Big Red Report, covering Nebraska athletics.
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