"I got an offer from Nebraska earlier this week," London said. "They had been sending me a lot of mail during the season and they emailed me two or three weeks ago to tell me about Nebraska.
"I was curious if they were going to offer so I asked about it and the coach emailed me back and told me to call him. He told me that he had good news and that they were offering. I spoke to him for about 30 minutes or so."
The Nebraska offer stands out to London. He likes the fact that Nebraska has a strong running game and has an offense that features the running back. He also likes the education that Nebraska could provide.
"It's a real good offer. They have a strong running game background and they have a lot of wins as a program. They can offer a good education and are in a good conference. They develop good running backs. It's probably a good fit for me."
London is a big running back that says as the game goes on he gets stronger. London says that he's not only a runner that will run you over, but can run around you or make you miss. He also believes that he's a leader on the field.
"I would describe myself as a fourth quarter guy that needs the ball in my hands. I can make big plays and I get stronger as the game goes. I am quick. I am fast. I can run people over, but I can make people miss. I am a leader on the football field too."
There were actually two new offers this week bringing London's total almost to double-digits. "Nebraska and Arkansas State make nine total offers. I think that it's real close to double-digits. That's one of my main goals to get to 10 offers."
Nebraska might be a team that could jump onto the leader board because of what London is looking for. London wants to go to a school where they run the ball a lot and distance from home isn't a big factor in his decision.
"I am looking for a team that runs the football a lot. The most important thing to me though is the academics. I am not really worried about the conference or staying close to home. I will also look to see if I can play right away."