"I liked it a lot. I loved the staff," said Blair. "I liked the coaches, players, and facilities. The environment around the schools is pretty good. It's really a big family atmosphere there.
"Nothing really surprised me. I have seen stuff on the Internet about it, so I sort of knew what to expect. I have done a lot of research on websites. I liked it though seeing it in person."
Blair said the Nebraska coaching staff was what stood out the most and is the thing he will remember most going forward.
"I would say the visit is an 8. I don't really know what could have been better about it. Everything was nice," said Blair. "It was cold, but it's not that bad when you get used to it. You got to get used to it if you are going to play in the NFL."
Blair said his visit to Louisville next week is still one for the moment and that Missouri is a new school starting to recruit him.
"I'm interested in them," said Blair.
Blair, the nation's No. 140 wide receiver in the 2014 class, had close to 900 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns in 2013. His played earned him Florida Class 8A third-team All-State offensive honors.