Talented OT could visit Nebraska this summer

Nebraska could get a visit from this talented offensive tackle this summer. What is he looking for when it comes to picking out a school?

Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern offensive tackle Tremayne Anchrum is a recruit that is getting a lot of recruiting attention. Anchrum has 11 offers and is looking forward to getting back out on the field with his teammates for spring ball.

"Our spring ball starts up right after our spring break," Anchrum said. "That's the first week in May. I am looking to the atmosphere and the physical side of the game."

This offseason Anchrum has gone to work perfecting his craft. The talented offensive tackle has been working on his technique and also says that he wanted to take on the leadership role for his team.

"I worked on my kick step and keeping my shoulders square. I worked on my punch and I wanted to get my weight to 280-pounds and stay there. I wanted to be more of a leader. I am working on my flexibility too."

Spring and summer plans are being discussed right now between Anchrum and his family. He knows about one camp that he will go to for sure. There is a school that is standing out that he would like to visit this summer as well.

"We are talking about that right now," Anchrum said. "I am going to go to a Nike camp. I am just picking and choosing right now. I might go to Nebraska later this summer."

There is a lot that goes into a college decision, but Anchrum has a pretty good handle on what he's looking for when it comes to picking out a school. Anchrum says that he will look at the team, staff, academics, layout of the college campus and graduation rate among other things.

"I am looking for a strong relationship with the coaches," Anchrum said. "I will be looking at how they develop their players. I am looking to redshirt to have a year to really get ready to play at that level.

"I am looking for my major and a great atmosphere. I really want to be in a town or a city. I am also looking at how the buildings are set up and how close they are. I will be looking at graduation rates and job placement."


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