Quick Hitter: New Cali offer

It seems Nebraska has made extra efforts in California for the 2013 class and extended a new offer on Tuesday out west.

Nebraska has extended a new offer in California, according to Fox Sports National Recruiting Analyst Brandon Huffman.

Vista Murrieta defensive back Treshon Broughton, currently the No. 114 cornerback in the country, has landed a scholarship nod from the Huskers. Broughton is teammates with Su'a Cravens, the nation's No. 1 safety in the 2013 class. In the 2012 class, Nebraska landed offensive lineman Corey Whitaker from Vista Murrieta.

"I would put him up against any corner in the state," former Oregon wide receiver James Finley told Fox Sports NEXT's Greg Biggins in May. "I've seen all the top guys and I'll take Treshon over anyone. He's physical and nasty and doesn't care who he's playing against.

"He's one of those corners you can put on the other teams best receiver or play him as a boundary corner and he'll lock up that whole side of the field. Not only that, he works hard off the field and is a great kid. He's real quiet and maybe that hurts him because he doesn't like to draw a lot of attention to himself but he can play, that's for sure."

Currently Nebraska joins New Mexico and Oregon State to offer the under the radar soon to be senior.

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