"On my way tot he airport right now," London said. "I got there Friday and I met with all of the administrators, counselors, and academic faculty. I also went with the team that night to the movies."
The three-star prospect was with the team on Saturday morning and then went on a tour of the athletic facilities. While on the tour London was able to meet a lot of the football support staff.
"On Saturday we had breakfast with the team, watched film, took a tour at the stadium, met with the strength and conditioning coaches and nutritionist. The facilities are amazing. They are all brand new."
After the tour it moved to the game and the team. London said that he and the other recruits headed down to the field and was surprised by how many fans knew who he was. He was also very impressed with the tunnel walk.
"Went out on the field with the team. The fans there were crazy. People were yelling my name and asking me for my autograph. We walked out of the locker room, through the tunnel and my heart starting beating really fast. You then walk out to a packed house."
Nebraska ran for nearly 300 yards on the ground on Saturday against Southern Miss. London said that he saw an offense that he thinks he can fit into immediately because of what he does on his high school team.
"It's a good fit for me. They run the power-I, pro set, diamond, run the zone read, the toss and that's pretty much what we do. As a running back I can run inside, outside, I can catch the ball and I can block. I am a four-down running back."
The visit got a perfect score by London. He said that he was very happy to finally get a chance to meet all of the Nebraska staff personally. He also came away impressed with the fans, facilities and the team chemistry.
"It was a '10'!," London said. "It was an amazing visit. It was a great meeting the coaches personally. The fans were great and they pack that stadium every week. They have good uniforms and great team chemistry."