Despite receiving many honors as a wide receiver, such as All-Conference, All-City and finishing as runner-up for Milwaukee Player of the Year, Jordan Lewandowski (Rufus King HS) is drawing interest from the Nebraska coaching staff for his skills in the secondary.
"Defensive coach Terry Joseph told me he really liked me at the defensive back position," explained Lewandowski.
While attending last weekend's camp at Lincoln, the 6-foot-2, 195-pound recruit was impressed with the Huskers' coaching staff and their willingness to help him.
"The coaching staff was outstanding and [the camp] was well organized," said Lewandowski. "I learned a lot as well. The coaches showed me the skills and potential that I have at wide receiver and especially defense."
In addition, he also described Memorial Stadium as being "remarkable."
Because of the Huskers' appeal this past weekend, Lewandowski, who is searching for a coaching staff that wants to make him better along with an "amazing" education, ranks them near the top of his list, along with a fellow Big Ten school.
"So far, Nebraska and Wisconsin are standing out," added the Milwaukee native who is still looking for his first offer.
The two-way player, who collected 14 touchdowns and 820 yards as a receiver, plans to visit Northern Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Eastern Illinois as the recruiting process continues to unravel.
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