After initially setting a visit to Oregon in Oct., Nebraska quarterback commit Terry Wilson will now visit the Ducks on Sept. 5. The Ducks opponent will be Eastern Washington, in their first game of the season.
"We have a game on Thursday, so the game really fits with my schedule," said Wilson. "It allows for easier travel."
The Oklahoma prep will be accompanied to Eugene by his mother, who will likely play a big factor in his final decision down the road.
"I know she'll get to games and stuff, but she doesn't want to be too far out. I know that," said Wilson.
The news of his earlier Oregon visit might be good news for Nebraska fans. The Huskers should get the last shot to host the three-star prospect, a weekend after his trip to Oregon. A final decision will likely come shortly after.
As a junior in 2014, Wilson threw for 2,856 yards with 24 touchdowns and ten interceptions, while adding another 194 yards and four touchdowns on the ground.
“As a thrower he has a good arm and an ability to drop deep passes in accurately,” said Scotu.com national recruiting analyst Greg Powers. “He also works well outside of the pocket to extend plays, scanning the field to find receivers working to get open when things are breaking down.
“He has an impressive size and frame. He is good runner, but he is a good runner because he handles the football well and freezes defenses with his play fakes o option looks.”
Wilson starts fall camp for the start of his senior year on Aug. 18.
“I’m thrilled,” said Wilson. “Excited to put all the sweat, hard work and film studies into the game and go to work with my teammates.”