Huskers make an offer

The evaluation period is in full-swing and Nebraska isn't wasting anytime going after a position that is very important to the 2012-13 class. Where were the Huskers today and who did they stop by to see that picked up a Nebraska offer?

Nebraska coach Vince Marrow is on the road for the Nebraska staff and stopped by to see Greg Hart. Hart, a 6-foot-5 and 225-pound tight end from Kettering (Ohio) Archbishop Alter, said that Nebraska was one of three schools in to see him today.

"Iowa, Boston College and Nebraska were all at my school today," Hart said. "Nebraska offered me today actually. That is my 15th offer."

Hart is holding offers from schools such as Purdue, Indiana, Kentucky, Pittsburgh, North Carolina State, Northwestern, Virginia, Wake Forest and others. But, the Nebraska offer means a lot to Hart.

"I thought it was amazing (to get the Nebraska offer). Nebraska is a big time school. Their tight end coach knows how to develop players and put players in the league."

Nebraska is a school that makes an immediate impact on Hart's list of schools. Hart is also planning on a trip to see Nebraska because he would like to commit before the start of his senior season.

"They are pretty high up there on my list. I have really only spoke with Coach Tim Beck and Coach Vince Marrow, but I know that they have a great tradition.

"I want to visit Nebraska as soon as possible. I am just not sure when it will be though. I am excited about it. The visit will happen some time this spring or summer. I want to commit before the start of my season."

Hart says that he is looking for some key things when it comes to making a decision. "I am looking for academics first. Football is a tool to my education. I want to be able to trust the coaches and be comfortable with them. I am also looking for a good atmosphere."

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for nine years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 11 years. His work can also be seen in Scout.com's SuperPrep Magazine.
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