Sandland, a tight end from Woodland Hills, California is one of the hottest junior college players on the map right now.
When asked which school has recruited him the hardest, with no hesitation Sandland replied, "Nebraska." The Huskers have been going hard after Sandland since watching him at Pierce College last year.
"I think I'd fit in very well. I really like everything about the school and I'm going to take my Mom to Lincoln so she can see the campus for herself," said the four-star prospect.
Even after a very positive review of Nebraska, which he visited during Big Red Weekend, Sandland did express some concerns.
"One of my main concerns with Nebraska is how they use the tight end. I am going to watch this year to see how often they are using them is passing situations. I know last year that Kyler Reed and Ben Cotton only had like 12 catches or something. I want to be apart of an offense that can get me the ball about 40, 50 or 60 times a season and not just 20."
One of the reasons that Beau Sandland was not a hot commodity coming out of high school was a mix of grades and losing the junior college prospect said.
"Well I think that junior college has been good for me. I've had a lot of time to mature and get bigger, stronger, faster and better. Coming out of high school I was only like 6-foot-4, 215 pounds and now I'm 6-foot-6, 250. I have a better understanding of the game now then I did before. As far as my recruitment, we only won seven games in my four years so that just shows how bad we were, and our coaching staff didn't care about getting us looked at. It didn't help either that academically I was a non-qualifier."
With a better understanding of the game, and overall maturation, Beau Sandland is now one of the most coveted junior college players in the nation. However, fans all over the county will have to wait to find where he will end up.
"I probably wont decide until the December signing period. I don't want to rush anything and I want to do all my research. That could change but that is the plan for right now."
Sandland currently holds 17 Division I offers.