"I am going up to Nebraska for Big Red Weekend on June 16th," LaCouture said. "I am just planning on going up there and talking with some of the other commitments that will be in town that weekend and talk to the recruits that will be there.
"I come back to Texas and I have to go and play for Team USA on June 22nd. I am doing ESPN The Opening July 5th-8th as well. So, I am done with school, but I am going to be busy in the early part of summer too."
LaCouture and the other commitments in the Nebraska recruiting class all communicate with one another and keep tabs on where the class is at. LaCouture was commit #6 in the class and says that since he jumped in that he's seen the development in the class on the other side of the ball.
"I think that the class is coming together really well. I know that the first six players in the class were all defensive recruits and the last ones were all on offense. So both sides of the ball are getting built.
"I know one of the players, Darian Claiborne who is a really good friend of mine, will be up there on June 16th. I know that he's really excited to get up there that weekend and see what Lincoln is about.
"I think that a bunch of us are going to be able to hang out while we are up there and just check everything out. It's going to be good to be up there and catch up with all of those guys."
LaCouture says that he's solid to Nebraska and just to test him a little bit three of the biggest programs in the nation offered him the day after he committed to Nebraska. LaCouture believes that he can win national titles at Nebraska under Bo Pelini with the class that he is putting together.
"When I committed to Nebraska the very next day I picked up offers from Alabama, Auburn and Texas. I know that I made the right decision to commit to Nebraska. It's where I want to be. Things have quieted down since I committed though.
"Nebraska is the right place for me. I just want to win a championship and I feel that I can do it at Nebraska with the other guys that they are bringing in. It's exciting."