Singer talks about Nebraska experience

The late breaking news last week when it came to Nebraska camp and Big Red Weekend was a trio of Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman players were going to be in attendance. This one came to Lincoln in search of an offer.

Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman lineman Zach Singer made the trip to Lincoln for camp and Big Red Weekend. The 6-foot-2 and 290-pound lineman worked out on both sides of the football for Nebraska while in camp, but the Huskers staff told him that they do have a preference where they see him.

"The camp at Nebraska went fantastic," Singer said. "I got to work one-on-one with Coach John Garrison. I worked out on the offensive line and did 20 minutes of work or so on the defensive line. They honestly told me they liked me as a center or guard the most."

The facilities typically get high marks from recruits, but Singer was very much impressed by what he saw at Nebraska. He says that out of everything he saw though this weekend he was most impressed in the family atmosphere that Nebraska has.

"Facility-wise the visit to Nebraska was mind-blowing. To me the most important thing I saw while I was there at Nebraska was seeing the family atmosphere between the coaches, the coaches to the players and between all of the teammates."

Singer is in search of a second offer and it hasn't come yet from Nebraska. He says that getting an offer from Nebraska is just as important as getting offers from any other school.

"I do have an offer from Sacramento State. I am actually hoping for an offer from any and every school. Every school is basically in a straight line for me and they are all even."

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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