Kondolo trying to decide

Fresh off a visit to Nebraska over the weekend, junior college offensive lineman Chongo Kondolo is trying to decide his future.

After visiting Nebraska over the weekend, Fresno junior college offensive lineman Chongo Kondolo seems like he a tough decision on his hands. Head to Nebraska and play in the Big Ten or play in the SEC with Tennessee.

"I would say both are my leaders right now," said the 6-foot-4, 300 pounder, who still has one visit left. "I'm going to go Utah State this weekend. I will then make my decision probably before Signing Day."

With offers from also Florida State, Fresno State, BYU, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, Syracuse, and Colorado State, Kondolo is on of the most sought after junior college offensive lineman in the country still left on people's board.

"I'm not really looking for a certain league or anything, I just want a chance to live out my dream and play football in the NFL," said Kondolo. "I want my coaches to be able to help me get to my full potential.

"Nebraska was really nice. I have been to very nice places and the way that stadium looks from the outside, it shows they put a lot of money into football and have a lot of pride. You can tell that they really care about their program."

Does Kondolo feel the Huskers' coaching staff could help him live out his dream of playing in the league?


But what about Tennessee?

"They really do offer the same things that Nebraska does, so that's is making it tough."

Stick with Big Red Report as National Signing Day gets ever so closer.

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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