Fenstermacher talks about Nebraska visit

Dominique Fenstermacher was in Lincoln this weekend to see the Nebraska spring game. The 5-foot-11 and 170-pound cornerback from Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe came away extremely impressed.

Dominique Fenstermacher was one of the recruits in Lincoln this weekend already holding an offer from Nebraska. The 5-foot-11 and 170-pound cornerback from Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe got into Lincoln on Friday, but didn't get to the school until this morning.

"We got in late Friday night," Fenstermacher said. "We didn't do too much. We came to the school about 9:00 today and and toured everything. Nebraska has by far the nicest facilities that I have ever seen."

Besides getting a close look at the facilities Fenstermacher also got to get behind the scenes with the team. "The team just has such a great bond. They all do. The coaches are just very down to Earth and very genuine."

After a rain out last year for the spring game the Husker fans turned out just about like they always do for any other football weekend in Lincoln. Fenstermacher took note of the number of fans there basically to see a practice.

"I knew that their fans are very dedicated, but 60,000 fans for a spring game is ridiculous. I was also very impressed by their consecutive sellout streak."

The visit for Fenstermacher to Nebraska went incredibly well. Looking back at it he says that out of everything that he saw the people stand out to him the most and not just the people associated with the team or the school.

"All of the people in Nebraska are just so nice," Fenstermacher said. "It's just so different with people holding the door open for you everywhere. And it's the coaches, the other people at the school and just the people that live here."

Fenstermacher is clear about his favorites that he is still open to all schools. The visit to Nebraska though has them high up on his list though. "I am definitely still open to every school. But, Nebraska is definitely up there for me."

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 10 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 12 years.
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