Top OT in Texas gets Nebraska offer

The Nebraska coaches were in Dallas today and stopped by to see the possible No. 1 offensive tackle in the state of Texas. The Husker staff also left an offer for this offensive lineman to consider.

6-foot-6 and 295-pound offensive lineman Jovan Pruitt from Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne has had a busy start to the evaluation process. Pruitt says that he's just taking it all in stride, taking it in and taking his time with the recruiting process.

"The evaluation period if going pretty good," Pruitt said. "I am just taking my time with everything. I have seen Baylor, Texas, Nebraska and Stanford at my school the past couple of days. Texas was here to see me yesterday. Nebraska, Baylor and Stanford were all here today."

Along with the schools coming by to see Pruitt came the newest offer. One of the four schools dropped off an offer for Pruitt before leaving.

"I got an offer from Nebraska today. I kind of saw that one coming a little bit. I really like their running game and what they do with their offensive linemen."

Pruitt has taken a couple of trips this spring and has at least one more planned with a solid date and another he would like to take. Pruitt also knows that he would like to see some other schools this spring and summer as well.

"I have been to Baylor and Oklahoma so far this spring. I plan to take more visits, but it's just about time. I am going to Baylor on the 20 and I will visit Arkansas too. I don't know when."

Pruitt said that Bishop Dunne opens up their spring practices on April 29th.

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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